Administrative Decisions Tribunal Act 1997 No 76
80 Tribunal may reserve decision
(1) The Tribunal may reserve its decision in any proceedings before it.
(2) A reserved decision of a member or members of the Tribunal may be given:
(a) by the member or members at a subsequent sitting of the Tribunal, or
(b) if the decision of a member is set out in writing and signed by the member—by being delivered by a member of the Tribunal, or
(c) by the Registrar, at a time and place of which the parties have been given reasonable notice.
(3) If the Tribunal reserves its decision, it must give the reasons for its decision either orally or in writing within 6 months (or such other lesser period as may be specified by the rules of the Tribunal generally or for that class of matter) of the date on which it reserved its decision.
(4) A failure to comply with subsection (3) does not affect the validity of a reserved decision.