The registrar1 must investigate any allegation that an entry in the register2 has been fraudulently procured or incorrectly made and report on the result of his investigation to the General Council3. The registrar may, at any time during his investigation, suspend the registration in question if he is satisfied that it is necessary to do so in order to protect members of the public4. The General Council must by rules5 make provision in relation to any case where the registrar proposes to suspend a chiropractor's registration: (1) giving the chiropractor concerned an opportunity to appear before the investigating committee6
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