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The General Pharmaceutical Council (Appeals Committee Rules) Order of Council 2010

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19.—(1) Where a hearing is to be held and a party is seeking or intends to seek an order for payment of its costs, the party must serve on the other party, and on the secretary, a schedule of costs or expenses relating to the hearing no less than 24 hours before the date of the hearing.

(2) After announcing the Committee’s decision on the appeal, the chair may invite representations as to whether costs or expenses should be assessed against either party.

(3) After hearing any representations from the parties, the Committee may, if it thinks fit and having regard to the ability of any party to pay, order that a party pay by a specified date all or part of the costs or expenses relating to the hearing incurred by the other party.

(4) Where the Committee orders a party to pay costs or expenses, the chair may—

(a)summarily assess the costs or expenses to be paid; or

(b)require the parties either to agree the figure for the costs or expenses to be awarded or to submit to taxation before a person appointed by the secretary.

(5) Where a person is appointed by the secretary in accordance with paragraph (4)(b), that person must also determine how the costs of the assessment are to be apportioned.

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