The professional conduct committee1 must vote on any matter to be determined by it in considering an allegation2, or in deciding3 the steps to be taken in relation to the review of a conditions of practice order or a suspension order4, by the chairman of the committee calling upon members present to signify their votes by raising their hands, and by the chairman then announcing his own vote, followed by any casting vote5, and declaring to the committee how the matter has been decided6. Any member may challenge any decision so declared, in which event the chairman must again
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