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The Council may make rules with respect to the form and keeping of the registers to be maintained in accordance with section 2 of this Act and with respect to the making of entries, alterations and corrections therein and with respect to the issue by the registrar of certificates of registration and such rules may in particular—
(a)regulate the making of applications for registration and provide for the evidence, if any, to be produced in support of such application;
(b)provide for the notification to the Council of any change in the particulars of any person registered;
(c)require persons whose names are for the time being entered in the said registers to pay in respect of the retention of their names in the relevant register an annual fee of £10 in the case of persons registered as dispensers and £1 in the case of persons registered as employers of such persons;
(d)vary the amount of either of the fees payable under section 2 of this Act upon first registration or the amount of either of the fees referred to in paragraph (c) of this section;
(e)provide for the removal from the register of the name of a person who, after the prescribed notices and warnings, fails—
(i)to supply information required by the registrar with a view to ensuring that the particulars entered against his name are correct, or
(ii)to supply information required to show that he is not in any contravention of any provision of this Act, or
(iii)to pay the annual fee in respect of the retention of his name on the register;
(f)provide for the restoration to the register of the name of a person which has been erased or removed under the provisions of this Act and which the Disciplinary Committee has directed to be restored:
Provided that the Council shall not—
(i)make any rule under this section unless the terms of that rule have been approved in writing by the Board of Trade; or
(ii)make any rule pursuant to paragraph (d) of this section without first consulting any organisations which appear to the Council to be representative of the interests of dispensers of hearing aids or of persons employing such dispensers.
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