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Draft regulations transferring the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland to the Scottish Tribunals: consultation

Consultation papers on the draft regulations transferring the Mental Health Tribunal to the Scottish Tribunals.

113 page PDF

2.1 MB

113 page PDF

2.1 MB

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Draft regulations transferring the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland to the Scottish Tribunals: consultation
Questions On The Upper Tribunal Rules Of Procedure

113 page PDF

2.1 MB

Questions On The Upper Tribunal Rules Of Procedure

Q1: Do you have any comments on the proposal that the Upper Tribunal should be able to suspend a decision made by either itself or the First-Tier Tribunal, which is the subject of an appeal, in rule 7?

Q2: Do you have any comments on the criteria for fresh evidence, in rule 19(4)?

Q3: Do you have any comments on hearings automatically being held in private in and the prohibition of public disclosure of documents and information?

Q4: Do you have any comments on the proposals regarding time limits in the Upper Tribunal?

Q5: Do you have any comments on the proposal that there should be no ability for the Upper Tribunal to review its own decisions in mental health cases?

Q6: Do you have any other comments you wish to make on the draft regulations for the Upper Tribunal rules of procedure?


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