Employment and Assistance Appeal Tribunal of the Province of British Columbia
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7.0 Decisions of a Panel

7.1  General
(a)
The decision of a majority of the members of a panel is the decision of the Tribunal, but the decision of the chair of the panel governs in the case of a tie. (Employment and Assistance Act section 24(5)).
(b)
Decisions of a panel must be made in writing and shall not be given orally.
(c)
Panels must provide the Tribunal with their written decision within five (5) business days of the conclusion of the hearing unless the Tribunal Chair has extended the time by up to 10 additional business days.
(d)
Decisions of a panel will either confirm or rescind the ministry's reconsideration decision.
(e)
Decisions rescinding the ministry's reconsideration decision will be referred back to the ministry if a further decision as to amount is required.
(f)
Decisions of a panel will be mailed to the parties by the Tribunal within five (5) business days of the Tribunal's receipt of the decision from the panel (Employment and Assistance Regulation section 87(6)).
(g)
Decisions of a panel will not be provided by the Tribunal over the telephone.

Last Updated: October 2014


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