In England, the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) may give a decision orally at a hearing1. Subject to rules ensuring protection of the identity of any person the tribunal considers should not be identified2, as soon as practicable after making a decision (apart from a correction, appeal, review or setting aside) which finally disposes of all issues in the proceedings, or of a preliminary issue dealt with following a direction, the tribunal must provide each party with:
a decision notice stating the tribunal’s decision;
written reasons for the decision or, in cases relating to rents, notification of the
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