CHINESE MEDICINE PRACTITIONERS (REGISTRATION) REGULATION
L.N. 252 of 2000
Powers of the Board in regard to obtaining of evidence and conduct at proceedings
(1) For the purpose of conducting an inquiry under this Part, the Board has the following powers-
(a) to hear, receive and examine evidence on oath;
(b) to summon any person to attend the inquiry to give evidence or produce any book, document or other thing in his possession and to examine him as a witness or require him to produce any book, document or other thing in his possession;
(c) to award any person summoned to attend the inquiry such sum or sums as in the opinion of the Board may have been reasonably expended by him for attending the inquiry.
(2) Summonses to witnesses shall be in such form as the Board may determine and shall be signed by the Board chairman.
(3) A summons to witness may be served personally, by post or by registered post.
(4) If it appears to the Board that it is necessary to do so in the interests of the applicant or any witness concerned, it may order that all or any information relating to the inquiry may not be disclosed.