Chapter 7: Complaints, Applications and Tribunal Hearings
Part F: Conduct of Tribunal proceedings
R158: Joinder or substitution of parties
- (1) The Tribunal, or the assigned member, as the case may be, may combine any number of persons, whether jointly, jointly and severally, separately, or in the alternative, as parties in the same proceedings, if their respective rights to relief depend on the determination of substantially the same question of law or facts.
- (2) If a party to any proceedings has been incorrectly or defectively cited, the Tribunal or the assigned member, as the case may be, on application and on notice to the party concerned, may correct the error or defect and may make an order as to costs.
- (3) If in any proceedings it becomes necessary to substitute a person for an existing party, any party to those proceedings, on application and on notice to every other party, may apply to the Tribunal or the assigned member, as the case may be, for an order substituting that party for an existing party, and the Tribunal or the assigned member, as the case may be, may make an order, including an order as to costs, or give directions as to the further procedure in the proceedings.
- (4) An application to join any person as a party to proceedings, or to be substituted for an existing party, must be accompanied by copies of all documents previously delivered, unless the person concerned or that person's representative is already in possession of those documents.
- (5) No joinder or substitution in terms of this rule will affect any prior steps taken in the proceedings.
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