If a person who does not hold a licence to practise1 holds himself out as having such a licence2 or engages in conduct calculated to suggest that he has such a licence3, he is liable on summary conviction to a fine4. Most of the legal privileges of registered medical practitioners are now dependent on having a licence to practise as well as being registered.
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