If the investigation committee1 decides that an allegation2 ought to be considered by a Medical Practitioners Tribunal3, it must give a direction to that effect to the registrar4, and the registrar must refer the allegation to the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service so as to arrange for the allegation to be considered by a Medical Practitioners Tribunal5 and serve a notification of the committee's decision on the person who is the subject of the allegation and the person making the allegation, if any6.
If the investigation committee decides that the allegation ought not to be considered by a Medical Practitioners Tribunal,
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