Medical Practitioners Act 2007
Removal of conditions attached to registration.
82.— (1) The Council may at any time decide to remove all or any conditions, to which this section applies pursuant to subsection (4), attached to the registration of a registered medical practitioner if—
( a) the practitioner has requested the Council to make the decision,
( b) the practitioner has been given an opportunity to make an oral or written submission to the Council,
( c) the Council has considered any submission made under paragraph (b) and any other relevant information that has come to its attention, and
( d) after considering all relevant facts, the Council considers it appropriate to make the decision.
(2) The Council shall, on deciding to remove any or all conditions referred to in subsection (1) attached to the registration of a registered medical practitioner, give notice in writing to the practitioner of their removal.
(3) The Council shall, on deciding to refuse to remove any condition referred to in subsection (1) attached to the registration of a medical practitioner, give notice in writing (accompanied by a copy of section 83 ), as soon as is practicable after making the decision, to the practitioner of—
( a) the decision,
( b) the date on which the decision was made, and
( c) the reasons for the decision.
(4) This section applies to any conditions attached to the registration of a medical practitioner pursuant to—
( a) a decision referred to in section 78(1) , or
( b) section 81(3) .