Registration body may specify fees.
62.— (1) A registration body may specify that a fee of a specified amount shall be payable to it in respect of the doing of any of the following, namely:
(a) processing applications for registration;
(b) the annual retention of a person’s name in the register;
(c) restoring a person’s name in the register after it has been erased pursuant to a provision of this Act;
(d) removing a person’s name from the register on the application of that person;
(e) entering additional qualifications, not being qualifications required for the purpose of registration, of a person in the register;
(f) issuing a certificate of registration;
(g) providing any other service which the registration body may provide.
(2) A registration body may determine that in respect of the doing of any of the things referred to in subsection (1)(a) to (g) a fee of a different amount shall be payable by reference to the different circumstances in which it is done.
(3) A fee shall not be specified in accordance with subsection (1) without the approval of the Minister.
(4) The amount of a fee specified in accordance with subsection (1) shall not in any case exceed the total of—
(a) the costs in providing the services in respect of which the fee is paid, and
(b) the reasonable costs incurred by the registration body in collecting, accounting for and administering the fee.