Subject to the provisions relating to case managers1, After an allegation2 or non-compliance matter3 has been referred to the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS)4, for them to arrange for it to be considered by a medical practitioners tribunal5, the registrar6 must give notice to the practitioner of the allegation against the practitioner and the facts upon which it is based, or the non-compliance matter7. The MPTS must serve8 a notice of hearing on the practitioner:
(1) specifying the date, time and venue of the hearing9;
(2) informing the practitioner of his right to
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