Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003

Financial matters and annual report

130 Authorities may prescribe fees


Each authority may from time to time, by notice in the Gazette, prescribe the fees payable in respect of the following matters:


an application for registration with the authority:


an addition or alteration to the register maintained by the authority:


the issue of a practising certificate:


the issue of any other certificate, or a copy of any certificate:


the supply of a copy of any entry in the register:


inspection of the register, or of any other documents kept by the authority that are open for inspection:


the supply to any health practitioner of any documents, other than certificates of registration, required by him or her for the purpose of seeking registration overseas:


examinations set or approved by the authority:


any other matter that relates to anything the authority is required to do in order to carry out its functions.


Different fees may be prescribed under this section for different classes of health practitioner.


Any notice prescribing any fee under this section may exempt any class or classes of person from liability to pay any such fee, and may provide for the waiver or refund of any such fee.

Compare: 1995 No 95 s 126