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The National Health Service (Pharmaceutical Services) (Scotland) Regulations 2009

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14.—(1) Subject to sub-paragraphs (2), (3) and (4), every appeal considered by the National Appeal Panel shall be considered by all members present, but be determined only by a majority of votes of the members present who are entitled to vote.

(2) A member–

(a)appointed by virtue of paragraph 11(3)(c) and whose name is not included in any pharmaceutical list or who is not an employee of a person so listed;

(b)nominated by virtue of paragraph 11(3)(d); or

(c)who is the vice chair, provided the person is not acting as chair,

is entitled to vote.

(3) A member appointed by virtue of paragraph 11(3)(c) and whose name is included in any pharmaceutical list, or who is an employee of a person so listed, is not entitled to vote and shall withdraw immediately before a decision on an appeal by voting takes place.

(4) The chair, or vice chair if acting as chair, shall not be entitled to vote at any meeting except in the case of an equality of votes of the other persons present and voting, in which case the chair shall have a casting vote.

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