127. The Commission may, on application, review or revoke any decision or order it has made
(1) if a new fact is discovered which, had it been known in time, could have warranted a different decision;
(2) if an interested party, owing to reasons considered sufficient, could not present observations or be heard; or
(3) if a substantive or procedural defect is of a nature likely to invalidate the decision.
In the case described in subparagraph 3 of the first paragraph, the decision or order may not be reviewed or revoked by the commissioner who made it. Such a decision or order may be reviewed or revoked only by a panel of three commissioners that includes at least one advocate or notary who shall preside the sitting.
1969, c. 48, s. 30; 2001, c. 26, s. 63.