What can I appeal against?
You can appeal against our decision withdraw your licence to practise because you either:
- failed, without reasonable excuse, to comply with any requirement of guidance published by the General Council under section 29G (guidance) of the Medical Act 1983 (including any requirement to participate in a scheme of appraisal which meets the requirements set out in that guidance);
- failed, without reasonable excuse, to provide any evidence or information to the Registrar in accordance with regulation 6(4); 6(8), 6(9), 6(10) of the Licensing and Revalidation Regulations 2012
- fraudulently provided to the Registrar, in relation to any requirement of regulation 6 of the Licensing and Revalidation Regulations 2012 or any requirement or request of the Registrar under that regulation, any evidence or information which is false; or
- failed, without reasonable excuse, to pay any fee required in accordance with regulation 6(14).