Such written record of the examination must be made as the court thinks proper and such record must be read either to or by the respondent and authenticated1 by the respondent at a venue2 fixed by the court3. The record may in any proceedings4 be used as evidence against the respondent of any statement made by the respondent in the course of the respondent's examination5.
Unless the court otherwise directs, the record of questions put to the respondent the respondent's answers, and any witness statement6 or written account delivered to the court by the
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