13. (1) The Council may on being satisfied that a person applying for registration possesses a recognised veterinary qualification and has paid the prescribed fee, allow the application and direct the Registrar to enter his name in the register.
(2) The Registrar shall, on the registration of the person's name, give him a certificate of registration signed by him and countersigned by the President.
(3) The Council may after giving the person concerned an opportunity of being heard, refuse to permit the registration, or cancel the registration of the name of any person,-
(a) who has been convicted by any Court for any offence involving moral turpitude;
(b) whom the Council, after due enquiry, finds guilty of infamous conduct in his professional capacity.
(4) The Council may, on its own motion or upon an application made to it by any person, direct, after giving the person concerned an opportunity of being heard-
(a) for the purpose of rectification of any error, amendment or any entry in the register;
(b) cancellation of any registration which has been fraudulently made or effected.
(5) Where the name of a registered veterinary practitioner is removed for any reason under this Ordinance, the Council may, on its own motion or upon an application made to it by the concerned veterinary practitioner, allow the name of the veterinary practitioner to be registered again in the register.
(6) The Registrar shall by letter sent by registered post inform the veterinary practitioner of his registration, any amendment or cancellation of his registration or restoration of his name in the register.
(7) If any person whose name is entered in the register obtains any recognised veterinary qualification other than the qualification in respect of which his name has been registered, he shall, on payment of such fee as may be prescribed, be entitled to have such additional qualification entered against his name in the register either in substitution of or in addition to, any entry previously made.