57. Several applications between the same parties, in which the questions at issue are substantially the same, or for matters which might properly be combined in one application, may be joined by order of the Tribunal on such conditions as it may fix.
The Tribunal may also order that several applications made before it, whether or not between the same parties, be heard at the same time and decided on the same evidence, or that the evidence in one be used in another, or that one application be heard and decided first, and the others meanwhile stayed.
When applications have been joined, the Tribunal, if it considers it advisable in order to protect the parties’ rights, may order that the applications be separated and dealt with in different proceedings.
1979, c. 48, s. 57; 2019, c. 282019, c. 28, s. 87112019, c. 282019, c. 28, s. 8712.