Where the health committee1 considers that an interim suspension order2 may be appropriate, it fixes a date, time and place for deciding that question, having regard to the urgency and all the circumstances of the case, and notifies the osteopath of the date, time and place so fixed3. The committee further notifies4 the osteopath of his right to appear before the committee and to be legally represented5.
If the committee decides to proceed with the hearing6, the solicitor7 is invited to present the case to the committee and call such evidence as he wishes to justify an interim suspension order8.
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