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18. The nominated judge shall advise the Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice—
(a)whether the case should be dismissed with no further action;
(b)whether a judicial investigation is required; and if so, how the investigation should be carried out; and what matters should be considered in that investigation;
(c)whether disciplinary action should be taken without further investigation and, if so, what disciplinary action should be taken; and
(d)whether, in addition to or without a judicial investigation, some other action should be taken.
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