(1) The Board has and may exercise, for the purposes of any hearing under section 38, the same powers as are conferred on Commissions of Inquiry by sections 4, 4B, and 4D to 8 of the Commissions of Inquiry Act 1908.
(2) Sections 4, 4B, and 4D to 8 of the Commissions of Inquiry Act 1908 apply to all persons involved in any capacity in any hearing under section 38 as if it were an inquiry conducted by a Commission under that Act.
(3) A cadastral surveyor in respect of whom a hearing is conducted under section 38 is entitled to appear and be heard, either personally or by his or her representative, at the hearing.
(4) The Board has, in relation to any hearing under section 38, and any decision or order made on any such hearing, the same immunities and privileges as a District Court Judge has in the exercise of his or her civil jurisdiction.
Compare: 1986 No 123 s 52