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Rules of Practice 1994 (S.R. 1994, No. 229)
|Requested: 28 Mar 2017|
|Consolidated as at: 17 Mar 2006|
4. Attendance at practice
(1) A practitioner must not carry on his or her practice at any place unless the practitioner or another practitioner
(a) is in charge of that place; and
(b) spends substantial time at that place during its normal business hours.
(1A) A practitioner must not carry on a branch of his or her practice at any place unless
(a) the practitioner or another practitioner is in charge of that place; and
(b) there is displayed in a prominent area in that place for inspection by members of the public a notice that
(i) specifies the contact details of another office of the practice at which a practitioner may be contacted; and
(ii) if a practitioner is not in attendance, specifies when a practitioner will next be in attendance.
(1B) A notice under subrule (1A)(b) is to be in a form approved by the Council.
(2) A practitioner may apply to the Council for approval not to comply with subrule (1) or (1A).
(3) The Council may
(a) grant the approval with or without conditions; or
(b) refuse to grant the approval.
(4) An application for approval is to be
(a) in writing; and
(b) lodged with the Executive Director.
(5) The Council may withdraw an approval at any time.