Notice of entry in the Register
26.—(1) Subject to paragraph (3), the Registrar must, where requested to do so by a registrant (other than one entered in the Register under article 34), or where an application for entry in the Register as a pharmacist or a pharmacy technician, or for the renewal of such an entry, is granted, issue to the registrant free of charge written notice of that registrant’s entry in the Register.
(2) Notice of a registrant’s entry in the Register issued under this article must be in such form as the Council determines from time to time and must include—
(a)the number of the entry;
(b)the period in respect of which the entry is valid;
(c)the part of the Register in which the registrant is entered.
(3) The Registrar is not under a duty to issue further notice of a registrant’s entry in the Register to a person to whom such notice has already been issued (“R”), whether under this article, article 32 of the 2007 Order, or one of the Pharmacy Acts, unless R—
(a)satisfies the Registrar that the original notice, and any further notice already issued, has been lost or destroyed; or
(b)changes the name under which R practises,
and pays to the Council any fee in respect of the further notice prescribed under article 36(1)(f).
(4) The Council may make such provision in rules as it considers appropriate in connection with the return of notices of a registrant’s entry in the Register which—
(a)incorrectly state the part of the Register in which the registrant is entered; or
(b)incorrectly state the name under which the registrant practises.