Habib Khan (Respondent) v General Pharmaceutical Council (Appellant) (Scotland) Posted In: Case Law
Decision NumberUKSC 64
Legal BodyUk Supreme Court (UKSC)
Type of Claim / JurisdictionDiscipline and Grievance
This case should be of interest to professional bodies, particularly those concerned with the discipline of professional colleagues.
The disciplinary panels of bodies which regulate professional conduct conventionally have power to suspend a professional's right to practise for a specified period. They do so by directing that the entry of his (or her) name on the professional register be suspended for the specified period. Usually that power is accompanied by a power (but occasionally by a duty) of a panel to conduct a later review of the suspension in order to determine whether to direct its continuation beyond the specified period or to make some other direction. This appeal concerns the
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