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37.—(1) The Council may make such provision in rules in connection with applications for voluntary removal from one of the Society’s registers as it considers appropriate, and may in particular make provision with regard to—
(a)the form and manner in which applications are to be made (and the rules may provide that applicants shall apply using application forms that are in such form as the Council may determine from time to time);
(b)the information to be provided by the applicant;
(c)fitness to practise matters; and
(d)refusal of applications, in such cases and circumstances as may be prescribed in the rules (including where the applicant has not paid any fee prescribed under article 40(1)(f) or where there is in respect of him an outstanding fitness to practise matter).
(2) Where the Registrar refuses an application for voluntary removal from one of the Society’s registers, he shall send to the applicant at his last known home address a statement in writing notifying him of the reasons for the decision.
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