Subject to the provisions of the Medical Act 1983, the General Medical Council1 may make regulations with respect to the charging of fees in connection with the making of entries in the register of medical practitioners2, and in particular: (1) prescribing a fee to be charged on the entry3 of a name or qualification in the register4 or on the restoration of any entry to the register5; (2) prescribing a fee to be charged in respect of the retention in the register of the name of a person6; (3) authorising the registrar7, notwithstanding anything in the Act, to refuse
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