A person commits an offence if:
(1) with intent to deceive, whether expressly or by implication1:
(a) he falsely represents himself to be registered in the register2, or a particular part of it3, or to be the subject of any entry in the register4;
(b) he uses a designated title5 to which he is not entitled6;
(c) he falsely represents himself to possess qualifications in a relevant profession7;
(2) with intent that any person is deceived, whether expressly or by implication, he causes or permits another person to make any representation about himself which, if made by himself with
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