The osteopath1 presents his appeal2 and any case in support of it, and he may call and question witnesses3, and may give evidence on his own behalf4. The osteopath or any person called on his behalf may be cross-examined by the General Council5 and, in the case of persons called on his behalf, may be re-examined by the osteopath, who may give evidence a second time6. The General Council may present a case in favour of the decision appealed against, and may call and question witnesses7. The General Council and any person
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