The tribunal1 may adjourn the hearing2 from time to time as it thinks fit3. In the case of an allegation appeal4, the tribunal may in particular adjourn any hearing after it has determined that an allegation5 is well founded for the purposes of allowing time to deliberate on the terms of any conditions of practice order6 that it is minded to make7. Unless adjourned proceedings are to resume at a time, date or place not determined at the time of adjournment, upon adjourning the tribunal must announce the time, date and place to which the proceeding is adjourned
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