The Special Immigration Appeals Commission may1 give directions relating to the conduct of any proceedings2 which may in particular:
(1) specify the length of time allowed for anything to be done3;
(2) vary any time limit4;
(3) require any party5 to file and serve further details of his case, or any other information which appears to be necessary for the determination of the appeal or application6, witness statements7, written submissions8, a statement of any interpretation requirements9 or any other document10;
(4) provide for a particular matter to be dealt with as a preliminary
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