Where the fitness to practise committee1 is satisfied that it is necessary for the protection of members of the public or is otherwise in the public interest, or is in the interests of a registrant2, for his registration to be suspended or to be made subject to conditions or an entry relating to a specialty or proficiency to be removed temporarily or made subject to conditions, the committee may make an order specified below3.
The orders are that:
(1) the registrant's registration in the appropriate register is suspended (that is to say,
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