Where the investigating committee1 is investigating an allegation2 against a registered chiropractor3, if the committee is satisfied that it is necessary to do so in order to protect members of the public, it may order the registrar4 to suspend the chiropractor's registration5. Before making an order, the committee must give the chiropractor concerned an opportunity to appear before it and to argue his case against the making of the proposed order6. The opportunity to be given to a chiropractor to appear before the committee must be offered by the giving of written notice7 by or on behalf of the
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