Where the registrar1: (1) refuses to register an applicant for registration under the Chiropractors Act 19942; (2) registers such an applicant with provisional or conditional registration3; (3) refuses to register a person with temporary registration4; (4) refuses to renew any registration5; (5) removes the name of a registered chiropractor6 from the register7 on the ground that he has breached one or more of the conditions subject to which his registration had effect, otherwise than under an order of the professional conduct committee8; or (6) refuses to grant an application for the conversion of a conditional or provisional registration into
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