Subject to the provisions of the Medical Act 1983, the General Medical Council1 may make regulations with respect to the form and keeping of the registers2 and the making of entries, alterations and corrections in them3. Such regulations may provide for the registers to be kept either by making entries in bound books or by recording the matters in question in any other manner, and if either register is not kept by making entries in bound books, adequate precautions must be taken for guarding against, and facilitating the discovery of, falsification4.
The regulations may make provision with respect to the
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