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Directions by the Tribunal as to certain matters

             (1)  Without limiting the generality of the powers of the Tribunal under the Act or these Regulations, the Tribunal may, in any proceedings before the Tribunal, give directions:

                     (a)  for securing, by means of preliminary statements of facts and contentions, and by the production of documents, that all material facts and considerations are brought before the Tribunal by all persons participating in any proceedings before the Tribunal; and

                    (aa)  with respect to evidence in proceedings before the Tribunal, including the appointment of persons to assist the Tribunal by giving evidence (whether personally or by means of a written report); and

                     (b)  with respect to the representation in any such proceedings of persons having a common interest in the proceedings.

             (2)  The powers of the Tribunal to give directions under subregulation (1):

                     (a)  may be exercised by the Tribunal constituted by a presidential member; and

                     (b)  are subject to subsections 102(8) to (10) of the Act.

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