For the purposes of advising the investigation committee1 where it is considering giving a warning to a person, on questions of law arising in proceedings before them, there must in all such proceedings be an assessor to the committee appointed by the General Medical Council2. The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) must appoint a person as an assessor to a medical practitioners tribunal or an interim orders tribunal for the purpose of advising the tribunal on questions of law arising in proceedings before them (1) if the chair of the tribunal is not a legally qualified person3, or (2)
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