The osteopath1 has the right to be legally represented at any hearing to consider the allegations against him2. The professional conduct committee3 may hear witnesses called by the solicitor4 and by or on behalf of the osteopath5. Both the Council6 and the osteopath must send to the registrar7 and each other notice of the names of the witnesses to be called before the beginning of the period of seven days ending with the date set for the hearing, failing which such witnesses may not be called unless the committee otherwise gives leave8. If any party to the proceedings9 wishes
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