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The Tribunal Procedure (First-tier Tribunal) (Property Chamber) Rules 2013

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1 Introduction

    1. 1.Citation, commencement and interpretation

    2. 2.Rules not overriding enactments

    3. 3.Overriding objective and parties' obligation to co-operate with the Tribunal

    4. 4.Alternative dispute resolution and arbitration

  3. PART 2 General Powers and Provisions

    1. 5.Delegation to staff

    2. 6.Case management powers

    3. 6A.Coronavirus temporary rule (decisions without a hearing)

    4. 7.Procedure for applying for and giving directions

    5. 8.Failure to comply with rules, practice directions or Tribunal directions

    6. 9.Striking out a party's case

    7. 10.Addition, substitution and removal of parties

    8. 11.Fees: non-payment

    9. 12.Security for costs

    10. 13.Orders for costs, reimbursement of fees and interest on costs

    11. 14.Representatives

    12. 15.Calculating time

    13. 16.Provision of documents

    14. 17.Prevention of disclosure or publication of documents and information

    15. 18.Disclosure, evidence and submissions

    16. 19.Expert evidence

    17. 20.Summoning of witnesses and orders to answer questions or produce documents

    18. 21.Site inspections

    19. 22.Withdrawal

    20. 23.Lead cases

    21. 24.Subsequent applications related to lead case

    22. 25.Transfer of case to the Upper Tribunal

  4. PART 3 Written documentation, time limits etc

    1. 26.Starting proceedings

    2. 27.Time limits

    3. 28.Referred and transferred cases

    4. 29.Notice to respondents, interested persons and other persons

    5. 30.The response

  5. PART 4 Hearings

    1. 31.Decision with or without a hearing

    2. 32.Notice of hearings

    3. 33.Public and private hearings

    4. 33A.Coronavirus temporary rule (recording of remote hearings)

    5. 34.Hearings in a party's absence

    6. 35.Consent orders

    7. 36.Decisions

  6. PART 5 Special procedures

    1. CHAPTER 1 Land registration cases: requirements relating to court proceedings, registrar etc

      1. 37.Consideration of direction to commence court proceedings under section 110(1) of the 2002 LR Act

      2. 38.Notification relevant to related court proceedings

      3. 39.Stay of Tribunal proceedings following a direction relating to the whole or part of a matter

      4. 40.Requirements directed to the registrar

    2. CHAPTER 2 Agricultural land and drainage cases relating to succession

      1. 41.Succession cases

      2. 42.Procedure at hearing in case of multiple applicants where designation is claimed

      3. 43.Multiple applications under the 1986 Act where there is no designated applicant

    3. CHAPTER 3 Residential property cases: urgent cases, interim orders, etc

      1. 44.Urgent IMO authorisation applications

      2. 45.Urgent sale or gift of a mobile home applications

      3. 46.Procedure in urgent cases

      4. 47.Interim orders

      5. 48.Detrimental effect of mobile homes on the amenity of the site applications

  7. PART 6 Correcting, Setting Aside, Reviewing and Appealing Tribunal Decisions

    1. 49.Interpretation

    2. 50.Clerical mistakes and accidental slips or omissions

    3. 51.Setting aside a decision which disposes of proceedings

    4. 52.Application for permission to appeal

    5. 53.Tribunal's consideration of application for permission to appeal

    6. 54.Stay pending appeal to the Upper Tribunal

    7. 55.Review of a decision

    8. 56.Power to treat an application about a decision as a different type of application

  8. Signature

  9. Explanatory Note

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