—(1) Every application for registration under this Act shall be made to the Medical Council in such manner or form and shall be accompanied by such documents and particulars as the Medical Council may require.
(2) An application under subsection (1) shall be accompanied by the prescribed fee.
(3) The Medical Council may refuse to register any applicant who, in the opinion of the Medical Council —
is not qualified to be registered;
is not of good reputation and character;
is unfit to practise medicine —
because his ability to practise has been impaired by reason of his physical or mental condition; or
for any other reason;
has had his name removed from a register of medical practitioners in any country whose degrees or licences in medicine are recognised as a qualification entitling the holder thereof to be registered under this Act; or
has failed to comply with any condition or restriction of any previous registration as may have been imposed on him by the Medical Council.
(4) Where the Medical Council refuses to register an applicant, the Medical Council shall by notice in writing inform the applicant of such refusal.
(5) Any person who is aggrieved by any refusal of the Medical Council under subsection (3) may, within one month of the notice given under subsection (4), appeal to the Minister whose decision shall be final.
(6) The Registrar shall enter the name of a registered medical practitioner in the appropriate register.
(7) Every registered medical practitioner shall, on payment of the prescribed fee, be entitled to receive a certificate of registration.