In all proceedings before the disciplinary committee in disciplinary cases1 there must be an assessor to the committee for the purpose of advising it on questions of law arising in such cases2. The assessor must be a person who has a ten year general qualification3. The power of appointing an assessor is exercisable by the council, but if no assessor appointed by the council is available to act in any particular proceedings, the committee may itself appoint an assessor so qualified for those proceedings4. An assessor may be appointed either generally or for any particular proceedings or class of
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