Where the professional conduct committee1 proposes to exercise its powers to review a conditions of practice order or a suspension order2, for the purpose of determining whether to exercise those powers and, if so, the steps to be taken under those powers, the committee may make such inquiry, receive such statements and evidence, and procure the production of such expert or other reports, as it thinks desirable3. Before determining the steps to be taken under those powers in consequence of such inquiry, the committee must by notice4 given by the registrar5 to the relevant chiropractor6: (1) indicate under which
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