Dentists Act, 1928

Correction of the register.

24.—(1) For the purpose of keeping the register correct the Board shall from time to time as occasion requires correct all verbal or clerical errors in the register, remove therefrom all entries therein procured by fraud or misrepresentation, enter in the register every change which comes to their knowledge in the addresses of the persons registered therein, and remove from the register the names of all persons who shall have died or who by reason of non-payment of fees have ceased to be entitled to have their names retained in the register.

(2) The Board may at any time on such terms and as from such date as they think proper restore to the register the name of any person whose name was erroneously removed from the register on the ground that he was dead or whose name was removed from the register because of non-payment of fees.

(3) The Board may by regulations made under this Act delegate to the registrar all or any of their powers and duties under this section other than the power of restoring a name to the register.