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Contents

Part I PRELIMINARY

Part II GENERAL PROVISIONS

Part III FILING OF DOCUMENTS

Part IV SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS

Part V RECORDS ROYALTY SYSTEM INQUIRY PROCEDURE

Part VI APPLICATIONS AND REFERENCES TO TRIBUNAL

Part VII ORDERS OF TRIBUNAL

Part VIII REFERENCES TO THE HIGH COURT

Part IX MISCELLANEOUS

FIRST SCHEDULE Fees

SECOND SCHEDULE Witnesses’ Fees and Expenses

Legislative History

 
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On 24/10/2014, you requested the version in force on 24/10/2014 incorporating all amendments published on or before 24/10/2014. The closest version currently available is that of 07/03/2014.
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Application to be made a party to a proceeding
37.
—(1)  An application to a Tribunal to be made a party to a proceeding shall —
(a)
be made within 14 days from the date when notice of the making of the application or reference was advertised in the Gazette under regulation 21(1);
(b)
specify the date when the proceeding was instituted and the relevant case file number;
(c)
set out the interest of the applicant —
(i)
where the proceeding is a reference under section 160 of the Act — in the operation of the scheme to which the reference relates;
(ii)
where the proceeding is a reference under section 161 or 162, or an application under section 163, of the Act — in the matter in dispute; and
(iii)
where the proceeding is an application for leave of a Tribunal under section 162(2) of the Act to refer a licence scheme to the Tribunal — in the operation of the scheme in so far as it relates to the class of cases specified in that application;
(d)
request the Tribunal to make the person a party to the proceeding; and
(e)
be in Form 18.
(2)  The Tribunal shall give to the applicant, to every party to the proceeding, and to every other person who has applied to be made a party to the proceeding and whose application has not been determined, an opportunity of presenting a case.