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Procedural rights evolved by the common law that apply when a decision affecting one’s legal rights is taken, including the right to be heard by an impartial tribunal.
The principles of procedural fairness developed by the common law and re-enforced frequently by statute. They consisted historically of two limbs: the right to be heard and the right to an unbiased decision maker.