Medical Act

62(1) A person whose licence or specialist's licence has been revoked by an order of Council under subsection 58(12) or subsection 59(16) may, at the expiration of one year from the date the order takes effect or the expiration of any period designated by the Council in its order, whichever is the longer period, apply to Council for

(a) the entering of his name, address and qualifications on the Medical Register, and, if applicable, the Medical Specialists Register;


(b) the issuance of a licence; and


(c) the issuance of a specialist's licence in any specialty in which he held a specialist's licence at the time of such order of Council.

62(1.1) Any subsequent application by a person under subsection (1) shall not be made earlier than six months after a previous application.

62(2) Council, upon

 

(a) being satisfied as to the intention of such person to practise medicine in the Province of New Brunswick;

 

(b) being satisfied as to the activities of such person since the time of the order of Council;

 

(c) such person producing a letter of good standing from all jurisdictions in which he had practised medicine or osteopathy since the date of such order of Council and

 

(d) such person undergoing such clinical or other examinations as Council may designate,

 

may direct the Registrar

 

(e) to enter the name, address and qualifications of such person in the Medical Register;

 

(fto issue a licence to such person; and 

 

(g) to enter the name, address, qualifications and specialties of such person in the Medical Specialists Register, and to issue a specialists licence to him in any specialty in which he held a specialist's licence at the time of the order of Council under subsection 58(12) or subsection 59(16),

upon such terms and conditions as Council may direct.