11. Summary process

(1) The Bureau may advise the Chief Justice that the judicial office holder concerned should be removed from judicial office without further investigation where the judicial office holder concerned —
(a) has been convicted in the Emirate of a criminal offence and has been sentenced to imprisonment, including a suspended sentence;
(b) has been convicted elsewhere of any criminal offence which, if committed in the Emirate, would constitute a criminal offence, and has been sentenced to imprisonment, including a suspended sentence;
(c) has been committed to prison for contempt of court (including a suspended committal order);
(d) has been convicted or cautioned in any jurisdiction of an offence involving dishonesty, deception, theft or perverting the course of justice;
(e) has been convicted or cautioned in any jurisdiction of a sexual offence or of a violent offence;
(f) is an undischarged bankrupt or a person whose estate has had a sequestration awarded in respect of it and who has not been discharged;
(g) is subject to a disqualification order or disqualification undertaking under Chapters 9 and 10 of Part 10 of the Companies Regulations 2015;
(h) has failed to disclose information concerning their suitability to hold judicial office to the person who made the appointment or who made the recommendation or nomination for the appointment which the judicial office holder concerned knew about before their appointment to their judicial office;
(i) has at any time been subject to any investigation or proceedings concerning their fitness to practice by any licensing body, the final outcome of which was —
(i) the suspension of the judicial office holder concerned from a register held by the licensing body, and that suspension has not been terminated;
(ii) the removal of the name of the judicial office holder concerned from a register held by the licensing body;
(iii) a decision that had the effect of preventing the judicial office holder concerned from practising that profession licensed or regulated by the licensing body; or
(iv) a decision that had the effect of only allowing the judicial office holder concerned to practise that profession subject to conditions, and those conditions have not been lifted;
(j) has been removed from another judicial office in accordance with prescribed procedures;
(k) has failed without reasonable excuse to comply with any sitting requirement specified in the terms of appointment to the judicial office concerned; or
(1) is subject to any form of restriction or restraint in bringing proceedings before a court or a tribunal in any jurisdiction.
(2) For the purposes of this rule only, any reference to the Emirate includes the Abu Dhabi Global Market.