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College of Occupational Therapists of Nova Scotia Defined Register Regulations made under clause 6(2)(a) of the
Occupational Therapists Act
S.N.S. 1998, c. 21
N.S. Reg. 163/2003 (May 19, 1999)
1 These regulations may be cited as the College of Occupational Therapists of Nova Scotia Defined Register Regulations (the "Defined Register Regulations").
2 For purposes of Section 22 of the Act, those persons who may be registered in a Defined Register are those persons who have conditions or limitations placed upon their licence by the Board and who are determined by the Board to be appropriately registered in the Defined Register.
3 Without limiting the generality of Section 2, the Board may register a person or class of persons in the Defined Register who
(a) have been accepted by the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists as a candidate to complete the National Certification Examination and who have been granted a specific time limit of not more than one year by the Registrar to allow successful completion of such examination;
(b) require supervised practice;
(c) are registered but
non-practicing[non-practising], as defined in Section[clause] 23(1)(b) of the College of Occupational Therapists of Nova Scotia Registration Regulations;
(d) are required to conduct a restricted practice of occupational therapy for any reason, including but not limited to, restrictions imposed as a result of that memberís scope of practice or as part of the disciplinary process; or
(e) should be registered in the Defined Register for such other reasons as the Board may deem necessary [sic].
4 The Registrar may divide the Defined Register into parts representing the classes of persons who may be registered therein.
5 Persons who are registered in the Defined Register may engage in the practice of occupational therapy in compliance with any terms or conditions placed on their licence by the Board.
6 Applications for registration from persons who may meet the requirements of Section 3 or who otherwise may qualify for registration in the Defined Register by reason of the policies of the Board shall be considered for registration on the Defined Register.