21. Registration fees

    (1) Every podiatrist shall pay to the Board prior to the grant or renewal of his registration a registration fee of such amount as is prescribed, and the amount of that registration fee shall be recoverable in any court of competent jurisdiction as a debt due to the Board.

    (2) A podiatrist who fails by the end of February in any year to pay the fee prescribed for the renewal of his registration shall thereupon cease to be registered as a podiatrist and his name shall be removed from the Register.

    (3) A person whose name is removed from the Register under this section may at any time thereafter pay to the Board all fees which are in arrear, and all fees which would be in arrear if he had continued to be registered, together with the fee prescribed for the purposes of this subsection, and shall thereupon be entitled, subject to this Act, to have his name restored to the Register.

    (4) A person to whom this section applies may make representations to the Board with the object of obtaining remission of fees in arrear, and the Board may remit those fees in whole or in part.

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