Powers of Practitioners Board to order removal of names from Register
(1) The Practitioners Board may order the removal from the Register the name of any person who-
(a) has requested in writing that his name be removed;
(b) is deceased;
(c) by reason of health, in its opinion, is unfit to practise Chinese medicine;
(d) being a person required to be the holder of a practising certificate under section 76, has not obtained such a certificate for a period exceeding 6 months since he was first registered under this Ordinance or since the expiry of a practising certificate issued to him under section 76;
(e) is subject of an order made under section 98(3)(a) or (b).
(2) The Practitioners Board may also order the removal from the Register the name of any person who fails to acknowledge within 4 months after the date of despatch the receipt of a registered letter addressed to him at his address as recorded in the Register, or the last address supplied by him to the Registrar.
(3) For the purpose of subsection (1)(c), the Practitioners Board may make recommendations to the Council to set up a committee under section 39 to assess the fitness or otherwise of any registered Chinese medicine practitioner before an order is made pursuant to that subsection.