A Scottish Premier League hearing into alleged non-contractual payments made by Rangers to players will commence next week.
The independent inquiry, headed up by Lord Nimmo Smith, will sit on both Tuesday and Wednesday. No evidence will be heard at this stage.
A statement from the SPL on Friday afternoon read: "The Scottish Premier League today announced that the Independent Commission to inquire into alleged EBT payments and arrangements made by Rangers in relation to players during the period from 2000 until 2011 will sit on Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 12 September.
"The hearing will be chaired by Lord Nimmo Smith and will consider submissions from parties on various procedural matters. It will not be a hearing of the merits of the case.
"The other members of the independent Commission are Mr Charles Flint QC and Mr Nicholas Stewart QC."
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