4.-(1) If upon complaint made to a Court of misconduct on the part of a clerk, it shall appear to the Court that the complainant has a genuine and bona fide cause of complaint, the Court may direct the clerk to be brought before the Court forthwith, or as soon as is reasonably possible, and may then hear and determine the matter of the complaint forthwith, or adjourn it for further hearing, and may otherwise regulate the enquiry as to the Court may seem just:

Provided that, if in the opinion of the Court, the circumstances so require, it may direct a summons to be served upon the clerk setting out the matter or matters complained of.

(2) Service shall be effected by such person in such a manner and within such time as the Court shall direct.

(3) The summons shall be in the form in Appendix A with such variations as the circumstances may require.