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Contents (2011 - 37)
Workers Compensation Regulation 2010
Repealed version for 30 June 2016 to 31 August 2016 (accessed 19 July 2018 at 06:24)
Part 17 Division 1
Division 1 Preliminary
94   Definitions
In this Part, and in Schedules 6 and 7:
health service provider has the same meaning as in the Health Care Complaints Act 1993.
insurer includes an employer.
number of an item in a Table in Part 2 of Schedule 6 includes a letter.
 Section 332 (2) of the 1998 Act provides that expressions used in Division 1 of Part 8 of Chapter 7 of that Act (and consequently expressions used in this Part) have the same meanings as they have in Part 3.2 of the Legal Profession Act 2004, except as provided by section 332 (Definitions) of the 1998 Act. Under section 302 of the Legal Profession Act 2004, costs includes fees, charges, disbursements, expenses and remuneration.
95   Sec 332 of 1998 Act: definition of “costs”
For the purposes of paragraph (f) of the definition of costs in section 332 (1) of the 1998 Act, the costs of providing clinical notes, records and reports by a health service provider are prescribed as costs within that definition.
96   Costs not regulated by this Part
Costs referred to in this Part do not include any of the following:
(a)  costs for legal services provided for an appeal under section 353 (Appeal against decision of Commission constituted by Presidential member) of the 1998 Act,
(b)  fees for investigators’ reports or for other material produced or obtained by investigators (such as witness statements or other evidence),
(c)  fees for accident reconstruction reports,
(d)  fees for accountants’ reports,
(e)  fees for reports from health service providers (except as provided in item 4 of Part 3 of Schedule 6),
(f)  fees for other professional reports relating to treatment or rehabilitation (for example, architects’ reports concerning house modifications),
(g)  fees for interpreter or translation services,
(h)  fees imposed by a court or the Commission,
(i)  travel costs and expenses of the claimant in the matter for attendance at medical examinations, a court or the Commission,
(j)  witness expenses at a court or the Commission.
 Costs referred to in this clause are recoverable under, and may be regulated by, other legislation (including regulations under the Legal Profession Act 2004) or common law principles. Under section 339 of the 1998 Act, the WorkCover Authority may fix maximum fees for the provision of reports, or appearance before the Commission, by health service providers.