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REQUEST FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW: MEDICAL DOCUMENTATION ACT, 1803


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REQUEST FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW

The City of Providence

As Represented by ACHILLE NICÉPHORE, CITY SOLICITOR.

 

DESIRES TO SEE THE LEGAL CONTEXT OF THE FOLLOWING REVIEWED

The Medical Documentation Act, 1803 

 

ON THE BASIS OF THE FOLLOWING PRINCIPLE(S), DOCTRINE(S), EDICT(S) OR ARTICLES OF LAW:

IMPERIAL CHARTER FOR THE CITY OF PROVIDENCE: "That a city legislature be established and hereinafter entitled the Assembly of the City of Providence (...)  which shall have the power to enact legislation particular to the jurisdiction of the City of Providence." 

“The city legislature shall pass bills into law by simple majority, which when published will be entitled Local Laws so as to distinguish them from national Acts of the Diet, and may pertain to the following spheres… 

I. Local taxation.

II. Budgeting, salaries, and all matters of city income and expenditure.

III. Civil law concerning relations between residents of the city.

IV. Regulation, concerning the regulation of other matters of import to the city not aforementioned.

V. Votes of no confidence, whereby the Lord Mayor may be recalled and new elections held provided a four-fifths vote.”

 

Edict, LICENSING FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS, 1770, Section, “Current Licensing, Revocations, and the Practitioner General”

 

Local Law, THE MEDICAL DOCUMENTATION ACT, 1803, Section II, “Documentation”:

1. The Practitioner-General shall be tasked with the documentation of all certified doctors within the capital City of Providence.

2. The Practitioner-General shall regularly update the documentation to include all newly certified doctors within the City of Providence.

3. The Practitioner-General shall release the documentation to the public.

 

It is the opinion of my party that the City Assembly of Providence has no legal basis to compel the Practitioner-General, an employee of the Home Office, to perform any duties outside of those established by Edict.


 

My party seeks the offending Act stricken from the law on the grounds of unconstitutionality.

 

YOURS HUMBLY,

ACHILLE NICÉPHORE

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