A hearing1 by a rent assessment committee2 must be in public unless, for special reasons, the committee otherwise decides3, and must be on such date and at such time as the committee appoints4, not less than ten days' notice5 of which must be given to the landlord and the tenant6 by the committee7. At the hearing the parties8 must be heard in such order as the committee determines9; and a party may call witnesses, give evidence and cross-examine witnesses called by the other party10.
Where the reference11 is to be subject to a hearing, the committee must take all reasonable
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