If a person has been registered by virtue of the Medical Act 19831 and it is subsequently shown to the satisfaction of the registrar2 that his fitness to practise was impaired at the time of his registration as a result of serious, specific circumstances3 or because of a problem with his physical or mental health, and he had not informed the registrar of those circumstances or that problem before his registration, the registrar may erase that person's name from the register4.
The General Medical Council may by regulations5 make provision for the information to be provided to the registrar:
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