For the purposes of satisfying himself as to the good health of an applicant for registration1, the registrar2 must have regard to the declaration provided by the applicant3, the supporting declaration provided by him4 and such other matters as appear to him to be relevant5. The registrar may also seek information additional to that provided with the application for registration6.
For the purposes of satisfying himself as to the good character of the applicant, the registrar must have regard to7 the declaration provided by the applicant8, the supporting declaration provided by him9, any conviction or caution which the applicant has
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