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The General Pharmaceutical Council (Appeals Committee Rules) Order of Council 2010

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Action following receipt of Notice of Appeal

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5.  Following receipt of the Notice of Appeal, the secretary must—

(a)acknowledge receipt of the Notice of Appeal and the accompanying material submitted by the appellant;

(b)send copies of the Notice of Appeal and the accompanying material to a case officer;

(c)require the case officer to provide the secretary with copies of all documents on which the Council intends to rely in defending the appeal;

(d)send copies of any documents provided by the case officer under paragraph (c) to the appellant or (where applicable) the appellant’s representative;

(e)as soon as possible, inform the parties of the date—

(i)of any case management meeting (if the chair decides that one should be held), and

(ii)on which the Committee will consider the appeal (which, in the case of a hearing, unless the parties agree otherwise, must be no less than 28 days after the date on which the secretary serves the Notice of Hearing); and

(f)where the appellant has stated that the appellant wishes the Committee to consider the appeal at a hearing, send a Notice of Hearing to any person to whom the proceedings relate, which must be in the format described in rule 6.

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