The appointed person1 may arrange a timetable for the proceedings at, or at part of, the inquiry2 at any pre-inquiry meeting3 or, where no such meeting is held, at any other time4. He must notify the timetable to the persons entitled to appear at the inquiry5 and may at any time vary the timetable6. He may specify in such a timetable a date by which any proof of evidence and summary required7 to be sent to him must be so sent8.
The date fixed by the Secretary of State or, as the case may be, the Welsh Ministers9 for the
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