||Any person may submit a request in writing to the Registrar for the Tribunal to issue a certificate in terms of section 164(3)(b) of the Act or in terms of section 115(2)(b) of the CPA.
[Rule 29(1) substituted by rule 28 of Notice No. R. 203, GG 38557, dated 13 March 2015]
||The Chairperson must issue a section 164(3)(b) notice or a notice in terms of section 115(2)(b) of the CPA if the conduct was found by the Tribunal to be prohibited or required in terms of the Act or the CPA, as the case may be.
||A section 164(3)(b) certificate or a certificate in terms of Section 115(2)(b) of the CPA, must—
||be issued in the form of TI.164(3);
||be signed by the Chairperson;
||name the person requesting the certificate;
||describe in detail the conduct which was found to be a prohibited or required conduct in terms of the Act or the CPA;
||state the specific section of the Act or the CPA in terms of which the conduct was found to constitute prohibited t or required conduct; and
||set out the basis on which the finding was made.
[Rule 29 substituted by rule 20 of Notice 428 of 2011, GG 34405, dated 29 June 2011]