Subject to the provisions described below, the tribunal1 may consider the appeal2 on the basis of certain reports, written statements and documents submitted in evidence to it without the authors being called to give oral evidence3. The solicitor4 must secure that, not less than 28 days before the opening of any hearing, the appellant5 is provided with a list of every report, written statement or other document6 which is to be produced in evidence, a statement as to which, if any, of those he intends to have adduced by way of oral evidence by its author, and a notice
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