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Tribunals (Scotland) Act 2014

Section 72 – Hearings in cases

225.Section 72 allows Tribunal Rules to make provision about hearings, including as to when matters can be dealt with without one, whether a hearing is to be held in private or public, appearance and representation at hearings, notice of hearings, whether two or more sets of proceedings can be taken concurrently, adjournment with a view to resolution, and the imposition of reporting restrictions.

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