Where an allegation1 has been referred by the registrar2 to the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS)3 for them to arrange for an interim orders tribunal4 to consider whether to make or review an interim order5, the following provisions apply6. Where an interim order has previously been made in respect of a practitioner7, the registrar must refer the case to the MPTS for them to arrange for it to be considered by an interim orders tribunal for the purposes of review8, or may refer the case to the MPTS for them to arrange for it to be considered by an
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