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Tribunals (Scotland) Act 2014

Section 62 – Conduct of cases

209.Section 62 enables Tribunal Rules to make further provision in respect of the conduct of cases before the Scottish Tribunals. The Tribunal Rules may make provision so as to ensure that the Scottish Tribunals have the necessary powers, rights, privileges and authority regarding the citation attendance or examination of witnesses, the production of evidence, the preparation of reports and other matters relating to the conduct of a case.

210.Subsection (2) enables the Tribunal Rules to make provision by reference to the authority which is exercisable by a sheriff or the Court of Session.

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