If a registrant's1 entry in any part of the register2 is suspended, except for certain purposes3, the registrant must be treated as not being entered in that part of the register, even though that part of the register still contains the registrant's name4.
Accordingly, a person whose entry in any part of the register is suspended is not to be treated for the purposes of any enactment other than the Pharmacy Order 20105 as being entered in that part6.
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