Health Act 2007

58.

Chief inspector may seek District Court order enforcing certain decisions.

58.— (1) If the chief inspector believes on reasonable grounds that any person is carrying on the business of a designated centre in contravention of a decision—

( a) under section 50 or 52 , to refuse an application,

( b) under section 50 or 52 , to grant an application subject to any conditions, or

( c) under section 51 , to—

(i) cancel the registration of a designated centre,

(ii) vary or remove any condition of the registration of a designated centre, or

(iii) attach an additional condition to the registration of a designated centre,

the chief inspector may apply to the District Court for an order to enforce the decision.

(2) The District Court, on hearing an application under this section, may make an order—

( a) in the terms sought by the chief inspector in the application, or

( b) in other terms as the Court considers appropriate.

(3) An application under subsection (1) shall be made to the District Court judge assigned to the district in which the designated centre is located.