Health Act 2007



Regulations and orders.

98.— (1) The Minister may make regulations that the Minister considers necessary or expedient for purposes under this Act.

(2) Without limiting the generality of subsection (1), the Minister may make regulations—

(a) for any purpose in relation to which regulations are provided for in this Act,

(b) prescribing any matter or thing referred to in this Act as prescribed or to be prescribed,

(c) generally for the purpose of giving effect to this Act, and

(d) specifying a body established under the Health (Corporate Bodies) Act 1961 and making applicable to the specified body one or more of the functions of the Authority under section 8 .

(3) A regulation under this section may contain consequential, supplementary and ancillary provisions as the Minister considers necessary or expedient.

(4) The Minister may—

(a) make orders for any matter in relation to which orders are provided for in this Act, and

(b) amend or revoke any such order other than an order under section 3 or 4 .

(5) A fee prescribed under this Part may be recovered summarily as a civil debt, without prejudice to any other method of recovery.