The provisions described below apply where the respondent1 to an allegation2 does not require a hearing3 and the professional conduct committee4 does not determine5 that the allegation should be the subject of a hearing6.
In considering the allegation and determining any steps to be taken in relation to it7, the committee may make such inquiry in such manner as it thinks fair and proper8. However, the committee must not, in considering the allegation and determining such steps to be
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