After the tribunal1 has made its decision on the appeal2, it must announce that decision and thereupon close the hearing3. As soon as practicable after that announcement, the clerk4 must notify in writing: (1) the appellant5 of the tribunal's decision and its reasons for reaching it, and of the appellant's right of appeal on a point of law6; and (2) the General Council7 and, in the case of an allegation appeal8, the person making the allegation9 of the tribunal's decision and
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