In disposing of an appeal1 by a medical practitioner against a decision of a licensing authority2, the determinations that may be made by a registration appeals panel3 are:
(1) if the appeal is against a decision to refuse to grant a licence to practise4, that a licence to practise should, or, as the case may be, should not, be granted to the practitioner5;
(2) if the appeal is against a decision to withdraw a licence to practise, that a licence to practise should, or, as the case may be, should not, be withdrawn from the practitioner6; or
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