OPTOMETRISTS (REGISTRATION AND DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURE) REGULATION
Complaint touching conduct
(1) Where, in a complaint submitted by the Secretary to the Chairman of the Committee under section 18, any allegation is made which in the opinion of the Chairman of the Committee gives rise to a question whether a registered optometrist or an applicant for registration-
(a) has been convicted in Hong Kong or elsewhere of an offence punishable with imprisonment;
(b) has been guilty in Hong Kong or elsewhere of unprofessional conduct; or
(c) may be guilty of any of the matters referred to in paragraph (c), (d) or (e) of section 22(1) of the Ordinance,
the Chairman of the Committee may require that the complaint be formulated in writing setting out the grounds thereof and, except where the complaint is in writing under the hand of a public officer, supported by one or more statutory declarations as to the facts of the case.
(2) Each statutory declaration referred to in subsection (1) shall state-
(a) the address and description of the declarant; and
(b) if any fact declared is not within the personal knowledge of the declarant, the source of the declarant's information and the grounds for his belief in the truth of the facts.