Each party to proceedings to be heard before the registration appeals committee1 is entitled to be heard at any hearing of those proceedings by the committee2 and is entitled to be represented3. Where an individual appellant or an individual applicant is not represented, he may be accompanied and advised by any person, provided that such person is not entitled to address the committee without its permission4. However a person who gives evidence at a hearing must not, without the permission of the committee, be entitled to represent or accompany the appellant or the applicant at the hearing5.
Where the appellant
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