The General Council1 must appoint a person to be the registrar for the purposes of the Chiropractors Act 19942. The person appointed is known as the registrar of chiropractors3, and it is his duty to establish and maintain a register of chiropractors4 in accordance with the provisions of the Act5. The registrar has such other functions as the General Council may direct6.
The registrar holds office for such period and on such terms as the General Council may determine7. The terms on which the registrar holds office may, in addition to providing for his remuneration, include provision for the payment
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