Ethics, Law, and Medical Practice

By Kerry J. Breen; Vernon D. Plueckhahn et al. | Go to book overview

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Abortion Act 1967 ( England), 281
Access to Health Records Act 1990 ( England), 47
Accident Compensation Act 1985 ( Victoria), 43, 305
Adult Guardianship Act 1988 (Northern Territory), 35
Alcohol and Drug-Dependent Persons Act 1968 ( Victoria), 310
Australia Act 1986 ( Australia), 221
Births and Deaths Registration Act 1836 ( England), 261
Births, Deaths and Marriages Act 1962 ( Queensland), 272
Births, Deaths and Marriages Registration Act 1995 ( New South Wales), 260, 263, 265, 271
Cancer (Registration) Act 1988 (Northern Territory), 310
Cancer Act 1958 ( Victoria), 310
Cemetery Act 1865 ( Queensland), 269
Child Protection Act 1974 ( Tasmania), 278, 307
Child Welfare Act 1960 ( Tasmania), 264
Children (Care and Protection) Act 1987 ( New South Wales), 33, 34, 278, 307
Children and Young Persons Act 1989 ( Victoria), 278, 307
Children's Protection Act 1993 ( South Australia), 278, 307
Children's Services Act 1986 (Australian Capital Territory), 278, 307
Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act 1900, 221, 226, 230
Community Advocate Act 1991 (Australian Capital Territory), 278
Community Welfare Act 1983 (Northern Territory), 278, 307
Consent to Medical Treatment and Palliative Care Act 1995 ( South Australia), 29, 33, 34, 36, 287
Controlled Substances Act 1984 ( South Australia), 250
Coroners Act 1958-1977 ( Queensland), 269
Coroners Act 1980 ( New South Wales), 260, 265
Coroners Act 1985 ( Victoria), 261, 269
Coroners Act 1995 ( Tasmania), 263
Crimes Act 1900 ( New South Wales), 282, 285, 292

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