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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1971-1972-88

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92 General Information any point of procedure must be accepted by both sides That decision may however be the subject of appeal The party charged shall have the right to be present at all hearings of the Hearing Committee The Clerk of the Committee shall read to the party charged the particulars of the charge and shall ask whether the charge is admitted or not The case against the party charged shall be presented first The party charged and his representative if any may then reply At the conclusion of the evidence for both sides each side may then address the Committee the College first and the party charged second Either side may call witnesses who may be examined cross-examined and re-examined The English Law of Evidence will in general be followed but need not be strictly observed in particular evidence may be admitted if it is relevant and fair The Committee must reach decision on the question of proof of the charge without adjournment Where the Hearing Committee finds that charge has been proved each side-the College speaking first-shall have further opportunity to address the Committee on the question of the appropriate order to be made No witnesses may be called at this stage The Hearing Committee may adjourn the court for period not exceed- ing one week for the purpose of deciding upon the order to be made 10 The Hearing Committee may at their discretion at any time during the the course of the hearing and particularly for the purpose of reaching their decision on the question of proof or of the appropriate order order the room to be vacated or may themselves retire to another room for private discussion 11 Notice of Appeal must be given to the Chairman of the Hearing Com- mittee or to the Principal or in the case of theological student the Dean within fifteen days of the announcement of the decision appealed against Residence Residential accommodation for students cannot be found in the im- mediate vicinity of the College and students not living at home or with some responsible relative or friend are strongly advised to seek accommodation at College or University hall of residence or in lodgings which have been inspected and classified by the University of London Lodgings Bureau list of halls of residence which offer accommodation to King's College students is given below and students wishing to live in any of them should write direct for an application form and further details As the number of vacancies occurring in halls each year is very limited applications for admission should be made as early as possible Stu- dents seeking lodging accommodation are urged to write to the Lodg- ings Bureau as soon as they know they will be requiring the assistance of the Lodgings Officer in finding accommodation
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