A medical practitioners tribunal1 must consider any allegations2 referred to it in accordance with the General Medical Council (Fitness to Practise) Rules 20043, and dispose of the case in accordance with the relevant statutory provisions4. There is a set order of proceedings at the hearing5.
Subject to certain conditions6, where a medical practitioners tribunal finds that a practitioner's fitness to practice is impaired and the practitioner has agreed with the General Medical Council to comply with such written undertakings (including any limitations on his practice) as the Council considers appropriate, the tribunal may take any such undertakings into account
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