The registrar1 must erase from the register2 the name of every deceased person, and a registrar of births and deaths3 on registering the death of a registered dentist4 must, without charge to the recipient, send forthwith by post5 to the registrar a certified copy under his hand of the entry in the register of deaths relating to the death6.
If a registered dentist has ceased to practise, the registrar may, with his consent, erase his name from the register7. The registrar may send by post to a registered dentist a notice inquiring whether he has ceased to practise or has
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