Chapter 7: Remedies and Enforcement
Part F: Companies Tribunal adjudication procedures
- (1) Every person giving evidence before the Companies Tribunal at an adjudication hearing must answer any relevant question.
- (2) The law regarding a witness's privilege in a criminal case in a court of law applies equally to a person who provides information during an adjudication hearing.
- (3) During an adjudication hearing, the Companies Tribunal may order a person to answer any question, or to produce any article or document, subject to subsection (4).
- (4) Section 176(4) and (5) apply to any person questioned, or any evidence given, before the Companies Tribunal in terms of this section.
R136: Multiple complaints
R141: Complaint referrals to the Tribunal
R142: Applications to the Tribunal in respect of matters other than complaints
R145: Amending documents and Notices of Motion
R146: Completion of file
R147: Late filing, extension and reduction of time
R148: Withdrawals and postponements
R149: Pre-hearing conferences
R150: Settlement conference
R151: Set down of matters
R152: Matters struck-off
R153: Default orders
R154: Conduct of bearings
R155: Record of hearing
R156: Costs and taxation
R157: Representation of parties
R158: Joinder or substitution of parties
R160: Summoning witnesses
R161: Witness fees
R162: Interpreters and translators
No related note.