At any appearance before the professional conduct committee1 on the review of a conditions of practice order or a suspension order2, the relevant chiropractor3 may be legally represented4. At any such appearance, the relevant chiropractor may give evidence and call witnesses, and he and such witnesses may be questioned by the committee5. The committee may take the advice of a legal assessor6 and it must secure, unless otherwise agreed by the relevant chiropractor or his representative, that such an assessor is present at any appearance of the relevant chiropractor before the committee; and
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