[(1) Regulations under section 63F(4) may, in particular, include provision—
(a) for the employee to have a right to be accompanied by a person of a specified description when attending meetings held in relation to a section 63D application in accordance with any such regulations;
(b) for the postponement of such a meeting if the employee's companion under paragraph (a) is not available to attend it;
(c) in relation to companions under paragraph (a), corresponding to section 10(6) and (7) of the Employment Relations Act 1999 (right to paid time off to act as companion,
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