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Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003

4: Complaints and discipline

102   Orders limiting restoration of registration

    102 Orders limiting restoration of registration

  (1)  When making an order that the registration of a health practitioner be
cancelled, the Tribunal may impose 1 or more conditions that he or she must
satisfy before he or she may apply for registration again.

  (2)  The conditions may include any or all of the following:

      (a)  a condition that the person undertake a specified course of
education or training:

      (b)  a condition that the person undergo---

          (i)     any specified medical examination and treatment; or

          (ii)    any specified psychological or psychiatric examination,
counselling, or therapy:

      (c)  a condition that the person attend any specified course of treatment
or therapy for alcohol or drug abuse:

      (d)  any other condition designed to address the matter that gave rise to
the cancellation of the person's registration.

  (3)  The Tribunal must not impose a condition under subsection (2)(b) or (c)
unless the person consents to the examination, treatment, counselling, or
therapy concerned.

  (4)  Subsection (2) does not limit subsection (1).
Compare: 1995 No 95 s 111

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