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The Pharmacy Order 2010 (Registration – Transitional Provisions) Order of Council 2010

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Renewal of annotations made to an entry in Part 1 of the Register: registrants

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6.—(1) Subject to the following paragraphs, applicants for the renewal of an annotation in respect of a specialisation made to an entry in Part 1 of the Register may apply to the Registrar.

(2) An application under this article must be made to the Registrar no later than one month before the relevant date using the relevant application form which must be in such form as the Council may from time to time determine.

(3) The Registrar must send to each registrant whose entry in Part 1 of the Register is subject to an annotation made in respect of a specialisation an application form for the renewal of that annotation at least two months before the relevant date.

(4) The application form must, in particular—

(a)include a demand that the registrant pay any prescribed fee in respect of the application; and

(b)require the applicant to—

(i)provide the applicant’s full name, home address and contact details (including a telephone number and electronic mail address, where possible),

(ii)specify the number of the entry in the Register to which the application relates,

(iii)provide any other necessary supporting documents, information or evidence as mentioned in the application form, and

(iv)sign and date the application.

(5) The applicant must also provide such additional documents, information or evidence as the Registrar may reasonably require for the purposes of verifying the information in, or determining, the application.

(6) If a registrant with an annotation in respect of a specialisation made to an entry in Part 1 of the Register has not received an application form for the renewal of that annotation by the beginning of the period of two months before the relevant date, the registrant must notify the Registrar accordingly.

(7) The Registrar must refuse any application under this article—

(a)if it is not received by the Registrar within the time limit specified in paragraph (2);

(b)if it is not accompanied by the necessary supporting documents, information or evidence as mentioned in the application form or subsequently required by the Registrar; or

(c)if the applicant has not paid, or has not made arrangements with the Registrar to pay by direct debit, any prescribed fee in respect of the application.

(8) Where the Registrar refuses an application under this article—

(a)the Registrar must send to the applicant a statement in writing giving the applicant notice of the reasons for the refusal and of any right of appeal that the applicant has to the Appeals Committee under article 40 of the Order; and

(b)the refusal is to be treated as a decision by the Registrar to refuse to renew an annotation in respect of a specialisation made in respect of an entry in Part 1 of the Register pursuant to rules under article 27(1) of the Order.

(9) The notice under paragraph (8)(a) must be sent to the applicant at the applicant’s home address in the Register.

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