(1) For the purposes of an appeal, the Board hearing the appeal may-
(a) subject to this Ordinance, determine its own procedure;
(b) receive and consider any material, whether by way of oral evidence, written statements, documents or otherwise, even though such material would not be admissible in evidence in civil or criminal proceedings;
(c) by notice in writing signed by the Chairman or Vice-chairman, require any person to attend before it at any hearing and to give evidence and produce documents;
(d) administer oaths and affirmations;
(e) examine on oath, affirmation or otherwise any person attending before it and require such person to answer all questions put by or with the consent of the Board;
(f) determine the manner in which the material referred to in paragraph (b) shall be received;
(g) adjourn any hearing as it may deem fit,
and may do all things-
(i) ancillary to the powers conferred by this section; or
(ii) reasonably necessary for the discharge of its functions under this Ordinance.
(2) For the purposes of an appeal, the Chairman may, before the Board starts to hear the appeal, by notice in writing signed by him require any person to attend before the Board at any hearing and to give evidence and produce documents.
(3) A legal officer may advise the Board on any matter and may be present at any proceeding before the Board. (Amended 78 of 1999 s. 7)