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Care Standards Act 2000

Section 58  Grant or refusal of registration

157.Section 58 lists the conditions an applicant must satisfy in order to be registered with the Council. Applicants must satisfy any requirements imposed by the Council as to training, conduct and competence. The Councils must also be satisfied as to an applicant’s good character and that he is physically and mentally fit to perform the whole or part of the work of persons registered in the part of the register to which his application refers. The Council must refuse an application for registration if it is not satisfied an applicant meets the conditions.

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