The disciplinary committee may administer oaths for the purpose of any proceedings before it, and any party1 to the proceedings may issue writs of subpœna ad testificandum and duces tecum, but no person can be compelled under any such writ to produce any document which he could not be compelled to produce on the trial of a claim in court2. The committee may require any person to be called as a witness in any proceedings before it, whether or not the parties consent thereto3.
The committee may receive oral evidence whether or not under oath, documentary evidence, or other evidence
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