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QUEENSLAND CIVIL AND ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNAL ACT 2009 - SECT 168

Reconstitution

168 Reconstitution

(1) The president may change who is to constitute the tribunal for a matter, including a change from 1, 2 or 3 members to an adjudicator and a change from an adjudicator to 1, 2 or 3 members.
Examples of circumstances when the president may change who is to constitute the tribunal—
• a member constituting the tribunal becomes unavailable
• a member constituting the tribunal has or acquires an interest, financial or otherwise, that may conflict with the proper performance of the member’s functions
• one of the parties to the proceeding objects to a member constituting the tribunal
• an adjudicator refers a matter to the president under section 197
(2) The tribunal as reconstituted must continue to hear the matter and decide it and, for that purpose, may have regard to the decisions and any records of proceedings of the tribunal as previously constituted, including any record of evidence.



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