A visiting practitioner1 is entitled to be registered2 in the appropriate part of the register if the practitioner is entitled3 to provide occasional nursing services or occasional midwifery services4; and the registrar5 must give effect to the entitlement6. A visiting practitioner who is so entitled to be registered, but who is not registered in the appropriate part of the register, must be treated as registered in that part7.
Where a person's entitlement under the above provisions to be registered ceases because, by reason of the provisions relating to the duration of entitlement to be registered8, the person ceases to be
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