The Problem with the Dental Act: Bennett v Dental Board of Queensland
AbstractThis paper concerns the legal effect and correctness of the decision of the Court of Appeal in Bennett v Dental Board of Queensland (unreported, appeal no. 71 of 1994). This decision has been the subject of much debate within the dental profession in Queensland, both for and against.
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