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Guidelines for Examination

 
 
5.2
Analysing the parties' arguments 

All significant arguments advanced by a losing party to the proceedings should be carefully examined and comprehensively refuted in the decision. The decision must substantiate the Division's view that none of the submitted arguments overcome the objections it has raised.

However, facts not in dispute need be mentioned only briefly. Arguments by the parties which are clearly irrelevant to the issues involved do not need to be discussed.