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44.—(1) Except where the Registration Appeals Committee has allowed an appeal or has taken a decision or issued a direction that has the effect of allowing the appeal, a person in respect of whom a decision of the Registration Appeals Committee has been taken may appeal against that decision to the relevant court, provided that he does so (subject to any rules of the relevant court in respect of the admissibility of applications to it) within 28 days beginning with the date on which the written notice of the reasons for the decision was sent to him.
(2) In this article, “the relevant court” means—
(a)the county court (the central London county court if the person making the appeal is not domiciled in England or Wales); or
(i)the person making the appeal is domiciled in Scotland, and
(ii)the appeal relates to registration in the Register of Pharmacists,
the sheriff in whose sheriffdom the person making the appeal is domiciled.
(3) Having considered an appeal under this article, the relevant court may—
(a)dismiss the appeal;
(b)allow the appeal and quash the decision appealed against;
(c)substitute for the decision appealed against any other decision that the Registration Appeals Committee could have taken; or
(d)remit or refer the case to the Registrar for him to dispose of the matter in accordance with directions from the relevant court,
and may make such order as to costs or, in Scotland, expenses as the relevant court thinks fit.
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