Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX case the complainant said I had acted maliciously and/or vicariously/ vexatious and quoted that section of the rule book which centres on such behaviour. I then submitted a written response based on that allegation. I do feel wronged by this, so am surprised I have no redress.
Your redress is, of course, to deny the false allegation bring made against you with any evidence that you have in support. But at this stage you are not arguing a point of law as you might do in a court or tribunal. In other words you are not seeking a legal ruling but dealing with the gist of the complaint being made against you.
Also, misquoting a rule or procedure by a lay person is an issue that the courts have to deal with every day and allowances are made. The situation might be different if, for example, a lawyer was applying the wrong law or procedure.
Ok, many thanks for your prompt and detailed advice, much appreciated.