As soon as practicable after the health committee1 has made its decision on whether an allegation2 is well founded and as to any steps to be taken in respect of it3, whether or not that decision was announced at the conclusion of a hearing4, the committee must, by notice5 given by the registrar6, notify7: (1) the respondent8 of its decision and its reasons for reaching it, and, if the allegation is found to be well founded, of the respondent's right of appeal9; and (2) the person making the allegation of its decision and its reasons for reaching it10. As
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