29. Alterations to register
(1) The Council shall from time to time make all necessary alterations in the register relating to the qualifications of pharmaceutical chemists, and may write or cause to be written a letter addressed to any pharmaceutical chemist, according to his last known address, to inquire whether he has changed his residence or place of business.
(2) A letter under this section shall be sent by prepaid registered post, and if no answer to the letter is received within 3 months from the date on which it was posted, the Council may erase from the register the name of the pharmaceutical chemist to whom the letter was addressed.
(3) The Council may restore to the register the name of a pharmaceutical chemist that has been erased pursuant to this section, upon the personal application of that pharmaceutical chemist and production of his certificate or satisfactory proof of his former registration, and payment of all fees in arrear.
[Section 29 amended by No. 98 of 1975 s. 11.]