All hearings must be held in private unless the tribunal1 considers that it is in the interests of justice for the hearing to be held in public2.
If a hearing is held in public, the tribunal may give a direction that part of the hearing is to be held in private3.
Where a hearing, or part of it, is to be held in private, the tribunal may determine who is permitted to attend the hearing or part of it4.
The tribunal may give a direction excluding from any hearing, or part of it:
(1) any person whose conduct the tribunal considers is
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