51. Discipline committee decisions must be made by a majority of members in a division formed in accordance with section 14. Decisions must be recorded in writing, and signed by the concurring committee members. In addition to the conclusions, a decision must contain any indication that the disclosure, publication or release of certain information or documents is banned and the reasons for the decision.
Notwithstanding the first paragraph, where a member refuses or neglects to give reasons, a decision may be rendered by the other members, provided one of them is the chair or a vice-chair.
Where the chair or a vice-chair of the discipline committee refuses or neglects to give reasons, the other members may render a decision on behalf of the majority, provided the decision is made without dissent.