The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS)1 must appoint one or more legally qualified case managers2. Following the referral of a case to the MPTS for them to arrange for it to be considered by a medical practitioners tribunal3 at: (1) a hearing to consider an allegation4; (2) a review hearing to consider an allegation5; or (3) consideration of an application for restoration6, the MPTS may list the matter for a pre-hearing meeting before a case manager7. Directions issued by the case manager may include, but are not limited to, such of the following as he considers appropriate having regard to the nat
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