50. A member of the Council who is in the public service shall not be disqualified from being the chairman or a member of a Complaints Committee or a member of a Disciplinary Committee or the Health Committee by reason only that he, or the person who made the complaint or gave the information leading to the proceeding in question, is in the public service.
51. Any notice, order or document required or authorised to be served under this Part shall be deemed to be sufficiently served —
by delivering a copy thereof personally or by leaving it with some adult person at the last known place of abode or business of the person on whom it is to be served; or
by sending it by registered post addressed to the person on whom the notice is to be served at his last known place of abode or business.
52. In any proceedings under this Part in relation to the conviction of a registered dentist for a criminal offence, the Minister, the Council, a Complaints Committee, a Disciplinary Committee, and the High Court on appeal from any order of a Disciplinary Committee, shall accept his conviction as final and conclusive.
—(1) A person whose name has been removed from the register under this Part may apply to the Council for his name to be restored to the register.
(2) The Council may, after considering all relevant circumstances, and upon the compliance by the applicant of all conditions imposed by the Council, if any, and the payment of the prescribed fee, restore his name to the register.
(3) Where the name of a person has been removed from the register by a Disciplinary Committee, no application for the restoration of his name to the register shall be made to the Council —
before the expiration of 3 years from the date of the removal; or
more than once in any period of 12 months.