EVIDENCE FROM OTHER HEARINGS
41. During a proceeding, evidence taken
(a) at any previous hearing before the Council,
(b) at a hearing before any board, commission or other competent tribunal authorized to participate in the administration of a marketing plan by a province, or
(c) in a court of civil or criminal jurisdiction in Canada,
or any report, finding or order made in respect thereof may, by leave of the Council obtained before or after the commencement of the hearing, be received in evidence at the hearing.
42. The Council may, wherever it deems it advisable to do so, require a written brief to be submitted by the parties in a proceeding in addition to or in lieu of oral argument.
43. Unless the Council directs otherwise, the order of appearance at a public hearing shall be as follows:
(a) the applicant;
(b) the respondent;
(c) the interveners;
(d) other interested persons; and
(e) the applicant in reply.
ORDERS AND DECISIONS
44. The Council may approve, dismiss or vary the whole or any part of an application or generally with respect to the issues and conclusions associated with the subject-matter of the hearing, regardless of whether an application is or is not involved, and may grant such further or other relief, in addition to or in substitution for that requested or applied for, as to the Council deems just and proper.
45. The Council may give orally or in writing the reasons for its orders or decisions.
46. A decision of the Council shall be effective the day on which it is made or on such later day as may be stated in the decision.
47. (1) Where, in any proceeding before the Council, any person to whom any notice is required by these Rules to be given or sent or who is otherwise entitled to receive any notice has not been or has been insufficiently so notified, he may, at any time within 10 days after becoming aware of any order or decision made by the Council in the proceeding, or within such further time as the Council may direct, apply to the Council to review, rescind, change, alter or vary the order or decision made by it, or to rehear the original subject-matter or application, as the case may be, and the Council shall, as soon as possible after the making of any such application and on such notice as the Council deems appropriate in the circumstances, review, rescind, change, alter or vary the order or decision made by it, order a rehearing or dismiss the application.
(2) Except as provided in subsection (1), no application to the Council to review, rescind, change, alter or vary an order or decision made by it or to rehear any original subject-matter or application shall be received more than 30 days after the decision or order is communicated at the discretion of Council to the applicant, interveners or other parties or after the conclusion of the original hearing as the case may be.
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