—(1) Upon completing an investigation into any complaint or information, the investigator shall submit a report on the findings of the investigation to the Complaints Committee for its deliberation.
(2) The report referred to in subsection (1) shall include —
any written explanation given by the registered medical practitioner after receiving a notice under section 44(2);
any assessment report made under Division 3, if a performance or fitness assessment was undertaken; and
any recommendation on the necessity or otherwise of a formal inquiry by a Disciplinary Tribunal or Health Committee.
(3) No person shall disclose the contents of the investigation report or any information contained in any document which was obtained in the course of any investigation or inquiry commenced under this Part to any other person, including the registered medical practitioner, except where —
the Complaints Committee in its absolute discretion thinks otherwise; or
such disclosure is required for the purpose of administering and enforcing this Act or the Infectious Diseases Act (Cap. 137).
(4) The Complaints Committee may, in the course of its deliberations and before it reaches a decision, seek such legal advice as it thinks necessary.
(5) The registered medical practitioner concerned shall not have the right to be heard by the Complaints Committee, whether in person or by counsel, unless the Complaints Committee in its absolute discretion otherwise allows.