Where the registrar1 proposes to suspend an osteopath's registration pursuant to an allegation that such registration has been fraudulently procured or incorrectly made2, he must send the osteopath concerned a notice stating that3 he may appear before the committee4 and argue his case against suspension if he notifies the registrar in writing of his intention to do so within the period of 14 days beginning with the date of the sending of the notice5, and that he may be legally represented6. Where the osteopath concerned has, within the period referred to in the registrar's notice, or within any extension
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