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Relevance to order of facts admitted but not charged

An osteopath found guilty of found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct could not complain when the tribunal in arriving at its order took into account his admission that he had treated the patient the subject of the charges in the same way as he treated all other patients, despite the fact that this was not alleged in the charges: Moody v General Osteopathic Council [2008] EWCA Civ 513.

 

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