A visiting practitioner1 is entitled to provide occasional pharmacy services2 under the following circumstances3. Firstly he must provide the registrar4 with the following required documents5:
(1) a written declaration, supplied by any means, that states the practitioner's wish to provide occasional pharmacy services, contains details of the indemnity arrangement6, or the other means of personal or collective protection, that the practitioner has in place in respect of liabilities that may be incurred in practising as a pharmacist, confirms that the practitioner does not have a criminal conviction, and confirms that the practitioner is not subject to a temporary or
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