The registrar1 may issue a certificate that a person: (1) is registered in any of the registers2; (2) is not registered in any of the registers3; (3) was registered in any of the registers at a specified date or during a specified period4; (4) was not registered in any of the registers at a specified date or during a specified period5; (5) has never been registered in any of the registers6; (6) holds a licence to practise7; (7) does not hold a licence to practise8;
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