The investigation committee1 or a tribunal2 may admit any evidence it considers fair and relevant to the case before it, whether or not such evidence would be admissible in a court of law3. A copy of a document of which the original is admissible may be received by the committee or a tribunal without strict proof4. The practitioner5 may admit a fact or description of a fact, and a fact or description of a fact so admitted may be treated as proved6.
Production of a certificate purporting to be under the hand of a competent officer of a court in
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