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  • Interim relief

    • 65.

      The Hearing Panel may make an order on an interim basis:

      (a) for the preservation of evidence or assets;
      (b) requiring a party to do or to cease and desist from doing any act or thing; or
      (c) suspending the operation of any decision which is the subject of the Reference before the Hearing Panel.

    • 66.

      Any interim order is subject to the Hearing Panel's further order, direction or final decision.

    • 67.

      If the urgency of the case so requires, the Hearing Panel may make an interim order on the request of a party before the observations of the other parties have been submitted, and without notice to those other parties, but in such a case the Hearing Panel shall require notice of the request and of the order to be given forthwith to all parties who are affected by the order, and any party who is so affected may request the Hearing Panel to set aside or vary the order.