(1) The tribunal consists of—
(a) the president; or
(b) the president and members appointed by the president under subsection (2); or
(c) 1 or more members appointed by the president under subsection (2).
(2) After considering the nature and complexity of a matter to be decided by the tribunal, the president may appoint from the tribunal panel 1 or more members of the tribunal for the hearing of the matter.
Note For the making of appointments (including acting appointments), see Legislation Act, div 19.3.
(3) In appointing members under subsection (2) for the hearing of a matter, the president must consider whether a member with qualifications or experience in consumer affairs should be appointed.
(4) If the president appoints more than 1 member for subsection (1) (c) for a hearing, the president must nominate one of the members to be the presiding member.