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All doctors carrying out clinical duties must have a licence to practise and will need to revalidate in order to maintain it.
The GMC does not require doctors undertaking purely medico-legal work to hold a licence to practise, unless of course you are examining patients; however, some insurers and solicitors do ask that their experts to hold a licence to practise so you may wish to confirm with each instructing firm.
If you relinquish your licence to practise you should remember that you cannot carry out functions requiring a licence, for example, prescribing medications.
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