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Commencement Orders bringing legislation that affects this Act into force:
(1)The General Council may by rules make provision requiring—
(a)registered chiropractors who are practising as chiropractors, or
(b)prescribed categories of registered chiropractors who are practising as chiropractors,
to secure that they are properly insured against liability to, or in relation to, their patients.
(2)The rules may, in particular—
(a)prescribe risks, or descriptions of risk, with respect to which insurance is required;
(b)prescribe the amount of insurance that is required either generally or with respect to prescribed risks;
(c)make such provision as the General Council considers appropriate for the purpose of securing, so far as is reasonably practicable, that the requirements of the rules are complied with;
(d)make provision with respect to failure to comply with their requirements (including provision for treating any failure as constituting unacceptable professional conduct).
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