The testimony taken at any hearing shall be under oath and recorded stenographically,
but the parties shall not be bound by the strict rules of evidence prevailing in the
courts of law and equity. True copies of any transcript and of any other record made of or at such hearing
shall be furnished to any party thereto upon request and at his expense.
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