Chiropractors Act 2001 No 15
115 Tribunal to provide details of its decision
(1) The Tribunal must provide a written statement of a decision on an
inquiry or appeal to the complainant, to the chiropractor concerned and to the
Board, and must do so as soon as practicable after the decision is made
(bearing in mind the public welfare and seriousness of the
(2) The statement of a decision must:
(a) set out any findings on material questions of fact,
(b) refer to any evidence or other material on which the findings were
(c) give the reasons for the decision.
(3) The Tribunal may also provide the statement of a decision to such
other persons as the Tribunal thinks fit.
(4) The Board:
(a) must make publicly available a statement of a decision provided to
it under this section if the decision is in respect of a complaint that has
been proved or admitted in whole or in part, and
(b) may disseminate any other statement of a decision as the Board
unless the Tribunal has ordered otherwise.