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Preparation of draft report

  (1)   The Committee must prepare a written draft report of preliminary findings setting out:

  (a)   if the Committee members are unanimous in their preliminary findings--those preliminary findings; or

  (b)   if a majority of the Committee members are agreed on preliminary findings--those preliminary findings and the preliminary findings of the other Committee member or Committee members; or

  (c)   if there are not a majority of the Committee members who are agreed on preliminary findings--the respective preliminary findings of the Committee members.

  (1A)   The draft report must set out the reasons for the preliminary findings.

  (2)   If the person under review is a practitioner, the draft report may, with the person's written consent, include recommendations:

  (a)   for the practitioner to be fully or partly disqualified; and

  (b)   about the nature and period of the disqualification.

  (3)   Unless section   106KE applies, the Committee must give to the person under review a copy of the draft report together with a notice inviting the person to make to the Committee, within 1 month after the day on which the copy of the draft report is given to the person, written submissions suggesting changes to the draft report.

  (4)   This section applies as if a reference in this section to a practitioner included a reference to a person who has been a practitioner.

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