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

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Advice from clinical, specialist and legal advisers and the Fitness to Practise Committee

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9.—(1) The Committee may, at any time in the course of proceedings before it (including during a hearing), seek advice from—

(a)a clinical adviser, appointed under article 64(1) of the Order, on a health related issue;

(b)a specialist adviser, appointed under article 64(2) of the Order, on issues falling within the specialty of the adviser or related to it;

(c)a legal adviser appointed under article 63(1) of the Order; or

(d)the Fitness to Practise Committee.

(2) The secretary must send the parties a record of any advice received by the Committee from the Fitness to Practise Committee as soon as practicable after it has been received(1).

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By virtue of rule 25(3) of the General Pharmaceutical Council (Statutory Committees and their Advisers) Rules 2010 which are scheduled to S.I. 2010/1616, a record of any advice tendered by a legal, clinical or specialist adviser must be sent to the parties to the proceedings or their representatives, as appropriate, as soon as practicable after it has been tendered.

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