In a case relating to conduct or to conviction, as soon as may be after the case has been referred to the disciplinary committee, the clerk1 must serve2 on the respondent3 a notice of inquiry, specifying the matters alleged against him in the form of a charge or charges and stating the day4, time and place at which the committee will hold an inquiry into these matters, together with other specified information5. Where a fraudulent entry case has been referred to the committee by the preliminary investigation committee6, the clerk must send a copy of the notice of inquiry
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