The General Medical Council1 may make regulations: (1) providing for the erasure by the registrar2 from any of the registers of the name of any person who applies, in the manner prescribed by the regulations, for his name to be erased from any of the registers3; (2) providing for the refusal by the registrar of such applications in prescribed cases and circumstances4; (3) making provision, including provision requiring the approval of the Council or of one of the statutory committees5, for the restoration to any of the registers of the name of any person whose name has been so
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