1. Title and commencement-This notice may be cited as the Physiotherapists (Fees) Notice 2000 and shall come into force on 1 April 2001.
2. Fees-Pursuant to section 29 (c) of the Physiotherapy Act 1949, the Physiotherapy Board sets the fees levies payable to the Board specified in the Schedule to this notice.
3. Fees inclusive of Goods and Services Tax-The fees are inclusive of goods and services tax.
4. This notice is a regulation for the purposes of the Regulations (Disallowance) Act 1989.
Fees Payable to the Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand
Pursuant to section 29 (c) of the Physiotherapy Act 1949, the Board gives notice that the following fees and levies are payable (all inclusive G.S.T.), effective from 1 April 2001:
For admission to the State Examination for any student physiotherapist sitting the full examination $500.00
For admission to the State Examination for any student physiotherapist whom the Board has directed need not sit the full examination $250.00
On application for a re-count in respect of the State Examination $30.00
On application for registration:
under section 10 (a) of the Act $140.00
under section 10 (b) of the Act $300.00
For the issue of a certificate of registration $30.00
For the issue of an annual practising certificate (including disciplinary levy in brackets) $200.00
For the restoration of a name to the register, pursuant to an application under section 16 (4) of the Act $52.00
For amending the register to add further qualifications, pursuant to an application under section 14 (1) of the Act $52.00
For a certificate of temporary registration $140.00
For the correction of a name in the register, pursuant to an application under section 18 (2) of the Act (not being a case to which the proviso to that subsection applies) $12.00
For supplying any document for the purpose of enabling a physiotherapist to seek registration outside New Zealand $30.00
Amount in brackets is disciplinary levy component.
Relevant APC fee including disciplinary levy may be collected concurrently.
Dated at Wellington this 4th day of December 2000.
WILLIAM WHITTAKER, Registrar, Physiotherapy Board