26(1) This rule applies to Default Paper cases.

26(2) The appellant may send or deliver a written reply to the Tribunal so that it is received within 30 days after the date on which the respondent sent to the appellant the statement of case to which the reply relates.

26(3) The appellant’s reply may–

(a)set out the appellant’s response to the respondent’s statement of case;

(b)provide any further information (including, where appropriate, copies of the documents containing such information) which has not yet been provided to the Tribunal and is relevant to the case; and

(c)contain a request that the case be dealt with at a hearing.

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