The approval of the Privy Council1 is required for any exercise by the General Council2 of a power to make rules under the Osteopaths Act 19933. Any rules made by the General Council may make different provision with respect to different cases, or classes of case, and, in particular, may make different provision with respect to different categories of osteopath or registered osteopath4. Nothing in any rules made under the Act is to be taken to oblige or entitle any person to act in breach of the law relating to confidentiality
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