241 Charges that may be brought before Disciplinary Tribunal

If the Disciplinary Tribunal, after hearing any charge against a person who is a practitioner or former practitioner or an employee or former employee of a practitioner or incorporated firm, is satisfied that it has been proved on the balance of probabilities that the person—

(a)

has been guilty of misconduct; or

(b)

has been guilty of unsatisfactory conduct that is not so gross, wilful, or reckless as to amount to misconduct; or

(c)

has been guilty of negligence or incompetence in his or her professional capacity, and that the negligence or incompetence has been of such a degree or so frequent as to reflect on his or her fitness to practise or as to bring his or her profession into disrepute; or

(d)

has been convicted of an offence punishable by imprisonment and the conviction reflects on his or her fitness to practise, or tends to bring his or her profession into disrepute,—

it may, if it thinks fit, make any 1 or more of the orders authorised by section 242.

Compare: 1982 No 123 s 112(1)