At the opening of the hearing: (1) in the case of an allegation appeal1, the clerk2 reads out the allegation3 and briefly states the nature of the order made by the health committee, and indicates whether the appeal4 relates only to the order made or is against the finding that the allegation is well founded5; and (2) in the case of a review appeal6, the clerk briefly states the nature of the decision appealed against7. The order of proceedings on a hearing of the appeal is as follows8: (a) the solicitor opens the case for the General Council9, and
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