$18k bill for regulator’s costs

tribunal hearing legal case
An unemployed pharmacist has said his pharmacies “deteriorated into unviable businesses” while his registration was suspended, hoping to pay reduced legal costs The Civil and Administrative Tribunal NSW has made a decision regarding whether Sydney pharmacist David Le should pay the Health Care Complaints Commission’s costs after complaints against him were heard. Earlier this year

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