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    33. Cancellation of licence

    (1) When the name of a pharmaceutical chemist has been erased from the register pursuant to an order of the State Administrative Tribunal, any licence issued to that pharmaceutical chemist under the provisions of section 26 shall be deemed to be thereby cancelled.

    (2) The Council may at any time after the name of a pharmaceutical chemist has been erased from the register pursuant to an order of the State Administrative Tribunal, subject to the regulations and upon payment of the prescribed fee, restore the name of that pharmaceutical chemist in the register, and thereupon the licence of that pharmaceutical chemist deemed to have been cancelled by virtue of subsection (1), shall again become of full force and effect, unless it has expired by effluxion of time.

    (3) Where any licence or registration is suspended pursuant to an order of the State Administrative Tribunal or section 32A, that licence or registration shall be deemed not to have effect during the currency of the period of suspension.

    [Section 33 amended by No. 98 of 1975 s. 16; No. 55 of 2004 s. 934.]



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