An appeal1 must be made by giving notice2 in writing3 to the registrar4, specifying the decision of the health committee5 in relation to which the appeal is brought6.
As soon as practicable after the registrar receives an appeal, the chairman of the General Council7 must request either the chairman of the General Council of the Bar or the president of the Law Society8, or a person authorised by either of them, to select a person to act as the chairman of the appeal tribunal to hear the appeal9. The member of the tribunal selected as a fully registered chiropractor10 must
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