The First-tier Tribunal1 must hold a hearing2 before making a decision, other than a decision relating to the correction, setting aside, review or appeal of Tribunal decisions or to bail applications3, which disposes of proceedings except where:
(1) each party has consented to, or has not objected to, the matter being decided without a hearing4;
(2) the appellant has not consented to the appeal being determined without a hearing but the Lord Chancellor has refused to issue a certificate of fee satisfaction5 for the fee payable for a hearing6;
(3) the appellant is outside the United Kingdom7 and does
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