Human Reproductive Technology (Licences and Registers) Regulations 1993

11/Mar/2005 - Current (at 31 Dec 2005)
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    2. Exemptions relating to artificial insemination

    (1) An application by a medical practitioner for exemption under section 28(1) of the Act in respect of artificial insemination procedures shall be

    (a) lodged with the Health Department of Western Australia 2;

    (b) in writing, substantially in accordance with Form 1 in the Schedule, and containing the undertaking prescribed in that Form;

    (c) accompanied by

    (i) a fee of $50; and

    (ii) evidence of the medical qualification of the applicant;

    (d) signed by the applicant.

    (2) A certificate of exemption in respect to which conditions are to be imposed shall be issued under section 28(1) of the Act in Form 2 in the Schedule.

    (3) Where an artificial insemination procedure is carried out by a person, other than by a medical practitioner, no licence or exemption under the Act is required if the person carrying out the procedure

    (a) is acting under the direction of a licensee; and

    (b) where donor sperm is used, has given in writing an undertaking to the licensee directing the procedure to furnish to that licensee such detail as may be possible, and is required by that licensee, of the outcome of the procedure.

Note: This is not an authorised version. The only authorised version is the hardcopy (printed) version published under authority of the Government Printer, available from the State Law Publisher, 10 William St Perth W.A. 6000.