A direction for erasure, for suspension or for conditional registration given by a medical practitioners tribunal1 or a variation2 by such a tribunal takes effect3: (1) where no appeal4 is brought against the direction or variation within the time specified, on the expiration of that time5; (2) where such an appeal is so brought but is withdrawn or dismissed for want of prosecution, on the withdrawal or dismissal of the appeal6; (3) where such an appeal is so brought and is not withdrawn or dismissed for want of prosecution, if and when the appeal is dismissed7.
If, while a person's
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