The Disciplinary Committee of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons last week [23 September 2010] refused an application for restoration to the RCVS Register by Dr Janos Nemeth, who had previously been found to have fraudulently registered with the RCVS and struck off.
At the original hearing, in February 2009, Dr Nemeth – the holder of a veterinary science degree from the Szent István University in Budapest, who had practised in the Wokingham area of Berkshire – was found to have dishonestly entered his name in the RCVS Register using a forged document (a Certificate of Membership and Good Professional Behaviour from the Hungarian Veterinary Chamber).
Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog
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