60. Before rendering a decision, the Tribunal shall allow the interested parties to be heard. For that purpose, the Tribunal may convene the parties to a hearing or, if the parties so request or agree to it, proceed on the record.
Where the Tribunal proceeds on the record, it shall give the parties an opportunity to send to the Tribunal, within the time it sets, statements deemed to have been made under oath, as well as the evidence relevant to the record.
Before holding a hearing, the Tribunal shall send the parties a notice of hearing in the manner provided in the rules of procedure.
1979, c. 48, s. 60; 2019, c. 282019, c. 28, s. 891.