Medical Practitioners Act 2007

74.

Confirmation by Court required before certain decisions become effective.

74.— A decision F159 [ under section 71 or 71A ] to impose a sanction (other than a sanction referred to F159 [ in section 71(a) or 71A(a) ] on a registered medical practitioner shall not take effect unless the decision is confirmed by the Court on an application under section 75 or 76 .

Annotations

Amendments:

F159

Substituted (19.07.2011) by Medical Practitioners (Amendment) Act 2011 (12/2011), s. 17, S.I. No. 388 of 2011.

F160

Inserted by Regulated Professions (Health and Social Care) (Amendment) Act 2020 (16/2020), s. 128(a), not commenced as of date of revision.

F161

Substituted by Regulated Professions (Health and Social Care) (Amendment) Act 2020 (16/2020), s. 128(b), not commenced as of date of revision.

F162

Inserted by Regulated Professions (Health and Social Care) (Amendment) Act 2020 (16/2020), s. 128(c), not commenced as of date of revision.

Modifications (not altering text):

C70

Prospective affecting provision: section renumbered, subs. (1) amended and subs. (2) inserted by Regulated Professions (Health and Social Care) (Amendment) Act 2020 (16/2020), s. 128, not commenced as of date of revision.

74.— F160 [ (1) ] A decision F159 [ under section 71 or 71A ] to impose a sanction F161 [ (not being a sanction referred to in section 71(1)(a) or 71A(1)(a) or arising from measures referred to in section 71(2) or 71A(2) ) ] on a registered medical practitioner shall not take effect unless the decision is confirmed by the Court on an application under section 75 or 76 .

F162 [ (2) A decision under section 71(1) or 71A(1) to impose a sanction (being a sanction referred to in section 71(1)(a) or 71A(1)(a) ) on a registered medical practitioner shall not take effect unless—

( a ) the decision is confirmed by the Court on an application under section 75 , or

( b ) the 21 days referred to in section 75(1) within which the practitioner may appeal to the Court against the decision expires without the practitioner making such appeal. ]