Clearly cross-examination may be required by the statute in question, but where the statute is silent, and the tribunal is the governor of its own procedure, the common law is generally reluctant to impose courtroom procedures and technical rules of evidence: University of Ceylon v. Fernando,  1 All E.R. 631 (P.C.).
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