||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 357 (Oct)
|| UKPC 55
Lord Hope of Craighead, Sir Denis Henry and Sir Philip Otton
||22 October 2002
Medicine - General Medical Council - Professional conduct committee - Non-prosecution of appeal - Effect of delay on direction extending period of conditional registration and varying conditions - .
Where an appeal was dismissed for want of prosecution the effect of the delay on a direction extending the period of conditional registration and varying the conditions was that the extended period began to run from the date when the direction took effect on the determination of the appeal and not from any earlier date.
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