Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (NSW) No 86a
Current version for 19 December 2014 to date (accessed 27 January 2015 at 12:06)

150A   Review of certain decisions [NSW]

(1)  A registered health practitioner or student may apply to a Council for the review of a decision of the Council under section 150 to—
(a)  suspend the practitioner’s or student’s registration; or
(b)  impose conditions on the practitioner’s or student’s registration or alter conditions imposed on the practitioner’s or student’s registration.
(2)  On receiving an application for review, a Council—
(a)  may refuse to reconsider its decision if, in the Council’s opinion, the application is frivolous or vexatious; or
(b)  must otherwise reconsider its decision, and in so doing must consider any new evidence or material submitted by the practitioner or student that the Council reasonably considers is relevant.
(3)  Following its reconsideration of a decision, a Council may—
(a)  affirm or vary the decision; or
(b)  set it aside and take any action the Council has the power to take under section 150.
(4)  A Council may vary or set aside a decision only if the Council is satisfied there has been a change in the registered health practitioner’s or student’s circumstances that justifies the variation or setting aside of the decision.
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