The following provisions apply where: (1) an allegation1 against a registered professional has been referred to a practice committee2 but that committee has not reached a decision on the matter3; (2) the investigating committee refers the matter to the fitness to practise committee4; (3) the investigating committee makes an order where an entry in the register has been fraudulently procured or incorrectly made5; or (4) the fitness to practise committee makes a striking-off order, a conditions of practice order or a suspension order6.
If the practice committee is satisfied that it is necessary for the protection of members of the
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