Railways Act, 1924

Settlement of schedules.

28.—The railway tribunal shall consider the schedules of proposed standard charges so submitted to them and any objections thereto which may be lodged within the prescribed time and in the prescribed manner, and, after hearing all parties interested and who are desirous of being heard shall, in accordance with the provisions hereinafter contained, settle the said schedules and fix the date of the appointed day on which the same are to come into operation.