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Investigatory Powers Tribunal consultation: updated rules

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Summary

This consultation is on updated rules governing proceedings and complaints at the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT).

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Consultation description

The Investigatory Powers Tribunal Rules 2000 sets out, in greater detail than the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, the procedures the IPT should follow.

They include further detail on:

  • how the tribunal should proceed in its investigations and determinations
  • how it should receive evidence
  • in what circumstances it may disclose material provided to it
  • how it should determine proceedings, including oral hearings
  • how it should notify a complainant of the outcome

The IPT is content with the draft update to the rules, and a letter from the president of the IPT to the Home Secretary welcoming the consultation can be found at www.ipt-uk.com.

Documents

Investigatory Powers Tribunal consultation: updated rules

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Investigatory powers 2017: draft rules

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Published 29 September 2017