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(3) Where the Tribunal enters judgment in terms of the award together with costs, it shall issue a decree which shall be enforceable as a decree of a court. (4) If, after making an order, the Tribunal discovers that the order was based on a misrepresentation or a concealment of a material fact by either party to the dispute, the Tribunal may order the party guilty of the misrepresentation or concealment to pay the other party such sum as is, in the opinion of the Tribunal, sufficient compensation for any damage or loss suffered by the party as a result of the misrepresentation or concealment. (5) The Tribunal shall have unlimited geographical and pecuniary jurisdiction in matters of co-operative disputes. [Act No. 2 of 2004, s.37.] 80. Quorum for Tribunal (1) For the purposes of hearing and determining any cause or matter under (2) A member of the Tribunal who has a direct interest in any matter which is the subject of the proceedings before the Tribunal shall not take part in those proceedings. (3) Any matter considered by the Tribunal shall be decided by the votes of the majority of the members constituting the Tribunal and voting, and the person presiding shall have a casting as well as a deliberative vote: Provided that any point of law arising in any proceedings before the Tribunal shall be reserved to, and pronounced upon, by the person presiding exclusively. (4) Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, the Chairman of the Tribunal acting alone shall have jurisdiction to deal with temporary injunctions. (5) Any power conferred or duty imposed by or under this Act on the Chairman may, unless a contrary intention appears, be exercised or performed by the Deputy Chairman of the Tribunal if— (a) the Chairman is unable to exercise or perform that power or duty owing to illness or absence;
CAP. 490[Rev. 2012]Co-operative Societies [Issue 1] 40 (b) the Chairman authorises the Deputy Chairman to exercise or perform that power or duty. [Act No. 2 of 2004, s. 38.] 81. Appeal to High Court (1) Any party to the proceedings before the Tribunal who is aggrieved by any order of the Tribunal may, within thirty days of such order, appeal against such order to the High Court: Provided that the High Court may, where it is satisfied that there is sufficient reason for so doing, extend the said period of thirty days upon such conditions, if any, as it may think fit. (2) Upon the hearing of an appeal under this section, the High Court may— (a) confirm, set aside or vary the order in question; (b) remit the proceedings to the Tribunal with such instructions for further consideration, report, proceedings or evidence as the court may deem fit to give; (c) exercise any of the powers which could have been exercised by the