An appeal1 must be made by giving notice2 in writing3 to the registrar4, specifying the decision of the registrar in relation to which the appeal is brought5. Upon receipt of such notice, the registrar must prepare a paginated and indexed bundle of papers for consideration at the meeting of the Council6 held for the purpose of hearing the appeal, comprising: (1) the registrar's reasons for reaching the decision7; (2) the documentary evidence taken into account by him in reaching the decision, including any statements, references, reports and other particulars supplied by the appellant8 to the registrar or obtained by
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