(a) information that is available to the Registrar is relevant to proceedings before the Registrar; and
(b) the Registrar has reason to believe that the information is not known to a party to the proceedings; and
(c) the Registrar proposes to take the information into account in making a decision in the proceedings;
before making the decision the Registrar must:
(d) provide the information to the party; and
(e) give the party a reasonable opportunity to make representations about the information.
(2) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(e), the representations may be made in writing or at a hearing or by such other means as the Registrar reasonably allows.