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Can somebody advise on the rules regarding use of a computer for reference purposes during a Tribunal Hearing

Thanx in advance

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Hello there.

 

In case it's relevant, have submitted paper bundles?

 

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I use my iPad regularly. Never tried a computer though. Too cumbersome.

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Thanks for replies so far

Have loads of paperwork + bundle ect.Just thinking that if I have to refer to Equality Act which is 200 pages would I be able to refer to computer for reference if its downloaded to a file.Computer is a lap top that can convert to ipad if required.Don,t want to turn up with it if its not permissable.

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You might find the iPad easier :) I honestly don't know the position with laptops but the charger would have to be PAT tested so if it isn't then the iPad seems the safer option!

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Thanks again!

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CPS briefs are provided with a laptop stands in English Magistrates courts.

Don't know about ITUs but you can use tablets in county courts and SSCSA tribunals.

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lappy's used for a while now so cant see a problem

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