219. Duty to make regulations.

(iv)     Licence to Practise and Revalidation

219.     Duty to make regulations.

The General Medical Council1 must make regulations with respect to licences to practise2. Such regulations must include provision for or in connection with each of the following matters3: (1) grant of a licence to practise4; (2) refusal of a licence to practise5; (3) withdrawal of a licence to practise6; and (4) revalidation7 of a medical practitioner of a prescribed description whenever a licensing authority sees fit to do so, either as a condition of his continuing to hold a licence to practise or of the practitioner's licence