79 Jurisdiction to make interim orders

(1)

In respect of any matter in which the Tribunal has jurisdiction under this Act to make any final determination, the Tribunal may from time to time, on application by any party whether made ex parte or otherwise, make any interim order of a mandatory or prohibitory nature designed to preserve the position of the parties pending the final determination of the matter.

(2)

Where any such interim order is made on the ex parte application of any party, the other party may at any time apply to the Tribunal for the cancellation of that order.