120. On his own initiative or on request, the president of the Tribunal or the member designated by him to preside the hearing shall fix the date of the hearing.
The Tribunal shall give written notice of the hearing to every party and to his attorney, unless the party has waived his right thereto, not less than one day before the hearing in the case of an application under the second paragraph of section 104 and not less than 10 days before the hearing in all other cases. The notice shall set out
(1) the purpose of the hearing;
(2) the date, time and place of the hearing;
(3) the right of every party to be assisted or represented by an advocate;
(4) the right of every party to waive a viva voce hearing and present his views in writing;
(5) the right of every party to request that the hearing be held in camera or that an order be issued banning or restricting the disclosure, publication or release of any information or document;
(6) the power of the Tribunal to hear the application and to render any decision or issue any order without further time or notice, despite the default or absence of any party or of his attorney.
1989, c. 51, s. 16; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).