The registrar1 must erase the name of a deceased person from registration under all titles under which that person is registered in the dental care professionals register2; and on registering the death of a registered dental care professional3, a registrar of births and deaths4 must, without charge to the recipient, send forthwith by post5 to the registrar a copy certified under his hand of the entry in the register of deaths relating to the death6.
Where a person is registered in the register under a title applying to a particular profession, or class of members of a profession, and has
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