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37.—(1) Without prejudice to regulations 13 and 35, an applicant shall have the right to use the lawful academic title (and where appropriate the abbreviation thereof) acquired by him in his home State and in the language of that State.
(2) Where the applicant makes use of the possibility provided for in paragraph (1), the competent authority may require that the title shall be followed by the name and location of the establishment or examining board which awarded it.
(3) Where a competent authority decides that an academic title in paragraph (1) is liable to be confused with a title which, in the United Kingdom, requires supplementary training not acquired by the applicant, it may require the applicant to use the academic title of the home State in an appropriate form laid down by the competent authority.
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