Health Act 2007

56.

Required or prohibited conduct in relation to designated centre.

56.— (1) The registered provider carrying on the business of a designated centre shall ensure that the certificate of registration issued for the designated centre is affixed in a conspicuous place at the centre.

(2) The registered provider carrying on the business of a designated centre shall not, in an application under section 52 for the variation or removal of any condition of the registration of the designated centre, knowingly make a statement which is false or misleading in a material respect.

(3) Unless registration as a designated centre of a particular description has been effected under this Part in respect of a premises, undertaking or organisation, a person shall not, with intent to deceive another person,

( a) apply a name to the premises, undertaking or organisation that in any way describes it as a designated centre of that description, or

( b) hold out the premises, undertaking or organisation as a designated centre of that description.

(4) The registered provider carrying on the business of a designated centre shall not describe or hold out the designated centre as able to—

( a) provide a service, the provision of which would be in contravention of a condition of the registration of the designated centre, or

( b) do anything else, the doing of which would be in contravention of a condition of the registration of the designated centre.