123.5. In its opinion, the review committee must either
(1) find that there is no cause to lodge a complaint with the disciplinary council;
(2) suggest that the syndic complete the inquiry and subsequently render a new decision as to whether or not to lodge a complaint; or
(3) find that there is cause to lodge a complaint with the disciplinary council and suggest that a syndic ad hoc be appointed who, after an inquiry, if he decides to hold one, will decide whether or not to lodge a complaint.
The review committee may also suggest that a syndic refer the record to the professional inspection committee.
If the review committee suggests that a syndic complete the inquiry or finds that there is cause to lodge a complaint with the disciplinary council, the order must reimburse any fees the person who requested an inquiry may have been charged under paragraph 2 of section 12.3.
The review committee must send its opinion to the person who requested an inquiry and the syndic without delay.
1994, c. 40, s. 110; 2008, c. 11, s. 93.