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The Pharmacy Order 2010

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29.  (1)  The Registrar must keep the Register correct and up to date, and, in so doing—

(a)must remove from the Register the entry of any registrant who has died; and

(b)from time to time, must make the necessary alterations—

(i)to any of the particulars in a registrant’s entry, and

(ii)to any of the particulars in the entry of a registered pharmacy.

(2) The Registrar General must, on registering the death of a person who the Registrar General believes to be a registrant, forthwith notify the Registrar of the death.

(3) If the Registrar determines—

(a)that a entry of a registrant in Part 1 or 2 of the Register (except in a case where the entry was made under article 34) or in Part 4 or 5 of the Register has been fraudulently procured or incorrectly made, or

(b)that the entry of a registered pharmacy in Part 3 of the Register has been fraudulently procured or incorrectly made,

the Registrar may remove the registrant or registered pharmacy from that part of the Register.

(4) The Council may make such provision in rules as it considers appropriate in connection with determinations by the Registrar under paragraph (3).

(5) Where the Registrar removes the entry of a person from a part of the Register pursuant to paragraph (3)(a), the Registrar must send to that person at that person’s last known home address a statement in writing giving that person notice of the removal and the reasons for it and of the right of appeal to the Appeals Committee under article 40.

(6) Where the Registrar removes the entry of a registered pharmacy from Part 3 of the Register pursuant to paragraph (3)(b), the Registrar must send to the person carrying on a retail pharmacy business at the registered pharmacy a statement in writing giving that person notice of the removal and the reasons for it and of the right of appeal to the Appeals Committee under article 40.

(7) The notice under paragraph (6) must be sent—

(a)where the retail pharmacy business is carried on by an individual, to that individual at that individual’s home address in the Register;

(b)where the retail pharmacy business is carried on by a partnership, to that partnership at its principal office; or

(c)where the retail pharmacy business is carried on by a body corporate, to that body corporate at its registered or principal office.

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