2015/2073), regs. 19 extended (N.I.) . . Without prejudice to subsection (3) of this section, any provision of this Act relating to anything done or required or authorised to be done under, or by reference to, that provision or any other provision of this Act shall have effect as if any reference to that provision or to that other provision, as the case may be, included a reference to the corresponding provision of the enactments repealed by this Act or the corresponding charter provision superseded by this Act, as the case may require. Any Order in Council under this section may contain such incidental, consequential, transitional or supplementary provision as may appear to Her Majesty to be necessary or proper in consequence of the provisions of any such agreement or for giving full effect thereto (including provision amending this Act or any instrument thereunder). Unless an entitlement under paragraph 4 or 6(4) is continued (or further continued) by paragraph 6(2), the entitlement ceases at the end of the year that begins with the end of the day on which the registrar received the document the receipt of which gave rise to the entitlement. . an instrument of appointment or approval made by the Privy Council under this Act or any other instrument so made; and. An order under the last foregoing subsection suspending a recognition order may be revoked by a subsequent order of the Privy Council if it appears to them expedient in consequence of representations made by the Council of the College or by the university in question that the recognition order should be revived. 2015/2073), regs. 2015/2073), regs. 5A(3)(f) and word inserted (18.1.2016) by The Veterinary Surgeons Qualifications (European Recognition and Knowledge of Language) Regulations 2015 (S.I. (b)one, to be called the Commonwealth list, of persons entitled to be so registered as holding some Commonwealth qualification; (c)one, to be called the foreign list, of persons so registered as holding some foreign qualification; (d)one, to be called the temporary list, of persons entitled to be so registered under section 7 of this Act[F17; and, (e)one, to be called the visiting European list, of persons entitled to be so registered under Schedule 1B to this Act], F15Word in s. 2(2) substituted (6.8.2008) by The Veterinary Surgeons Qualifications (European Recognition) Regulations 2008 (S.I. . 1 para. 1(b), 8(b)(bb), (ii), F46Words in s. 5CD(2) substituted (18.1.2016) by The Veterinary Surgeons Qualifications (European Recognition and Knowledge of Language) Regulations 2015 (S.I. (3)If, within such period as may be prescribed by regulations under this section, any person whose name has been removed from the register in accordance with regulations made by virtue of the last foregoing subsection pays the fee due from him, together with such additional sum (if any) as may be so prescribed, his name shall be restored to the register and, if the Council so direct, shall be deemed for all purposes not to have been removed therefrom. (1)In the Act, except so far as the context otherwise requires,—. ], F112Words in Sch. S. 19: transfer of functions (27.3.2002) by. 2008/1824), reg. . . (1)If a person who has applied for registration under section 5A is given notice under (and within the period specified in) subsection (9) of that section that the application is refused, the person may appeal to the Council. Show Timeline of Changes: 29(4) repealed (22.7.2004) by Statute Law (Repeals) Act 2004 (c. 14), Sch. The Council may make regulations exempting from subsection (1) of this section the carrying out or performance of any veterinary treatment, test or operation prescribed by the regulations, subject to compliance with prescribed conditions, by students of veterinary surgery of any prescribed class. . . (2)If a registered veterinary surgeon has ceased to practise the registrar may at his request or with his consent remove his name from the register. . 1. the registrar shall, as soon as may be reasonably practicable after the registrar comes to be of that view, notify the person that the registrar is of that view. The deadline for bringing an appeal under subsection (3) or (4) is the end of the four months beginning with the last day of the period referred to in subsection (2). (1C)Where a casual vacancy occurs among the members of the Council who are lay persons, the vacancy shall be filled by the appointment by the Council of a lay person, having regard to the recommendations of the committee referred to in section 1(1)(e). 1980/1951, art. Where this sub-paragraph applies, if the person’s name is registered in the visiting European list, the registrar may remove the person’s name from that list. Abbreviations of qualifications granted abroad. If a registered veterinary surgeon has ceased to practise the registrar may at his request or with his consent remove his name from the register. 2015/2073), regs. . . . . . Sub-paragraph (2) applies where the registrar receives the required renewal documents from a visiting practitioner who is entitled under this Schedule to provide occasional services. 1(1)Subject to the provisions of this Schedule, the term of office of any member of the Council shall be, as near as may be, four years and [F91a member of the Council ordinarily retires at the beginning of] the annual general meeting of the College in the year in which he retires.U.K. . [F953A. (a)whether he is the employee of any such society or institution as aforesaid; (b)whether he has been granted permission to practise veterinary surgery; and. (1)Where a person’s name has been removed from the register of veterinary surgeons or the supplementary veterinary register in pursuance of a direction under section 16 of this Act, the name of that person shall not again be entered in the register from which it was removed unless the disciplinary committee on application made to them in that behalf otherwise direct. Different options to open legislation in order to view more content on screen at once. A Government consultation will begin next month and the legislation will be introduced "any time from the end of … (2)Where the registration of a person in either of the said registers is suspended in pursuance of any such direction, the name of that person shall not be entered in the register so long as the suspension has effect unless the disciplinary committee on application made to them in that behalf otherwise direct. (a)paragraph 1(2) has effect as if the reference to nine persons were a reference to six persons; (b)paragraph 1(3) has effect as if the reference to 20 persons were a reference to 12 persons; and. . 19: transfer of functions (27.3.2002) by S.I. The following may not be members of the preliminary investigation committee or the disciplinary committee—. (5)The Ministers may, after consultation with the Council and with persons appearing to the Ministers to represent interests so appearing to be substantially affected, by order amend the provisions of Schedule 3 to this Act. to practise veterinary surgery temporarily or otherwise subject to restrictions, direct that he be registered in the register subject to such restrictions as the Council may specify in the direction with respect to the period for which, the place or places at which and the circumstances in which he may practise veterinary surgery; and any person with respect to whom a direction is given under this subsection shall be entitled to be registered in the register subject to the entry against his name of the restrictions so specified. The Council of the College may appear as respondent on any such appeal and, for the purpose of enabling directions to be given as to the costs of any such appeal, shall be deemed to be a party thereto whether they appeared on the hearing of the appeal or not. 1A para. . (2)There shall continue to be a committee of the Council known as the disciplinary committee charged with the duty of considering and determining—, (a)any disciplinary case referred to them by the preliminary investigation committee; and. Where those effects have yet to be applied to the text of the legislation by the editorial team they are also listed alongside the legislation in the affected provisions. . 1 para. (6). 2U.K. . (b)any additional documentation required pursuant to Schedule 1A; (c)if the person is a national of a relevant European State F28..., proof of the person’s nationality; (d)if the person is not a national of a relevant European State F28..., proof that the person is a Community rights entitled person; F29... (e)evidence of the person’s character[F30; and. For further information see ‘Frequently Asked Questions’. 1(b), 11(b), F59Words in s. 6(1) inserted (18.1.2016) by The Veterinary Surgeons Qualifications (European Recognition and Knowledge of Language) Regulations 2015 (S.I. 1, Sch. . A visiting practitioner is entitled to be registered in the visiting European list of the register if the practitioner is entitled under paragraph 4 or 6 to provide occasional services. There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date.