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(1)The General Council shall—
(a)make the register available for inspection by members of the public at all reasonable times; F1. . .
F2(b). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
[F3(1A)The General Council shall—
(a)before the end of the period of twelve months which begins on the date on which the register is opened, and
(b)at least once in every subsequent period of twelve months which begins on the anniversary of that date,
publish a list (referred to in this section as the “published register”), giving the names and registered addresses of those who, at the date of publication, are registered osteopaths.
(1B)The published register shall also contain, in respect of each registered osteopath, such other information, derived from the register, as may, by rules made by the General Council, be determined to be appropriate for publication.
(1C)Any osteopath whose registration has been suspended shall, for the period of his suspension, cease to be a registered osteopath for the purposes of subsections (1A) and (1B).]
(2)Any person who asks the General Council for a copy of the most recently published register shall be entitled to have one on payment of such reasonable fee as the Council may determine.
(3)Subsection (2) shall not be taken as preventing the General Council from providing copies of the [F4published] register free of charge whenever it considers it appropriate.
(4)Any copy of, or extract from, the published register shall be evidence (and in Scotland sufficient evidence) of the matters mentioned in it.
(5)A certificate purporting to be signed by the Registrar, certifying that a person—
(a)is registered in a specified category,
(b)is not registered,
(c)was registered in a specified category at a specified date or during a specified period,
(d)was not registered in a specified category, or in any category, at a specified date or during a specified period, or
(e)has never been registered,
shall be evidence (and in Scotland sufficient evidence) of the matters certified.
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