5. Investigation process
(1) The Chief Justice may make rules about the process to be applied in respect of an allegation of misconduct, whether the allegation is made by way of complaint or otherwise.
(2) The rules may include provision as to any of the following —
(a) the form of a complaint;
(b) the information to be contained in a complaint;
(c) time limits for taking any step and procedures for extending or reducing time limits;
(d) the circumstances in which a case may be dismissed;
(e) the circumstances in which an investigation may be undertaken (on the making of a complaint or otherwise);
(f) the conduct of an investigation, including steps to be taken by the judicial office holder concerned, by a complainant or any other person;
(g) the circumstances in which a case may be investigated by the Bureau, a nominated judge, an investigating judge, or a disciplinary panel;
(h) the circumstances in which a case may be dealt with under a summary procedure;
(i) the circumstances in which a case which has initially been dismissed may be reconsidered.