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(1)Where the Registrar—
(a)refuses to register an applicant for registration under this Act,
(b)registers such an applicant with provisional or conditional registration,
(c)refuses to renew any registration,
(d)removes the name of a registered chiropractor from the register on the ground that he has breached one or more of the conditions subject to which his registration had effect (otherwise than under an order of the Professional Conduct Committee), or
(e)refuses to grant an application for the conversion of a conditional, or provisional, registration into full registration,
the person aggrieved may appeal to the General Council.
(2)Any such appeal shall be subject to such rules as the General Council may make for the purpose of regulating appeals under this section.
(3)An appeal to the General Council must be made before the end of the period of 28 days beginning with the date on which notice of the Registrar’s decision is sent to the person concerned.
(4)Any person aggrieved by the decision of the General Council on an appeal under this section may appeal, on a point of law, to the appropriate court.
(5)Any right of appeal given by this section shall be in addition to any right which the person concerned may otherwise have to appeal to a county court or, in Scotland, to the sheriff; but only one such right of appeal may be exercised in relation to the same decision.
(6)In this section “the appropriate court” means—
(a)in the case of a person whose registered address is (or if he were registered would be) in Scotland, the Court of Session;
(b)in the case of a person whose registered address is (or if he were registered would be) in Northern Ireland, the High Court of Justice in Northern Ireland; and
(c)in any other case, the High Court of Justice in England and Wales.
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