Where the registrant1 concerned admits that their fitness to practise is impaired, the investigating committee may, if it thinks fit, dispose of fitness to practise proceedings by agreeing undertakings with the registrant concerned (that is, that the registrant concerned will comply with such undertakings as the committee considers appropriate), instead of referring the allegation to the committee2.
Where the investigating committee has disposed of a case by agreeing undertakings in accordance with the above provisions and it subsequently receives information that those undertakings may no longer be appropriate, it may, with the agreement of the registrant concerned, vary those undertakings
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