Medical Practitioners Act, 1927

Prohibition of recovery of fees for medical services by unregistered persons.

34.—On and after the establishment of the register no person shall be entitled to recover in any legal proceedings any fee or charge for or on account of any medical or surgical advice or attendance given by him, or any surgical operation performed by him, or any medicines both prescribed and supplied by him unless such person was registered in the register at the date on which such advice or attendance was given or such operation was performed or such medicines were prescribed and supplied (as the case may be).