136 Requirements for making complaints
(1) A complaint must be in writing.
(2) A complaint must:
(a) identify the complainant and the legal practitioner against whom
the complaint is made, and
(b) describe the alleged conduct of the legal practitioner the subject
of the complaint.
(3) The Commissioner, or the Council to which a complaint is referred
for investigation, may require the complainant to do either or both of the
(a) to give further information about the
(b) to verify the complaint, or any further information, by statutory