(1) If a member of the Tribunal is, or is to be, one of the members who constitute the Tribunal for the purposes of a particular review and the member has, or acquires, any pecuniary interest that could conflict with the proper performance of his or her functions in relation to the review:
(a) the member must disclose the interest to the President; and
(b) the member must not take part, or continue to take part, in the review if:
(i) the President gives a direction under paragraph (2)(a) in relation to the review; or
(ii) any party to the review objects to the member taking part in the review.
(2) If the President becomes aware that a member of the Tribunal is, or is to be, one of the members who constitute the Tribunal for the purposes of a particular review and that the member has, in relation to the review, an interest of a kind referred to in subregulation (1):
(a) if the President considers that the member should not take part, or should not continue to take part, in the review--the President must give a direction to the member accordingly; or
(b) in any other case--the President must cause the interest of the member to be disclosed to the parties to the review.