Dean v Phung [2012] NSWCA 223
(Supreme Court of appeal New South Wales, Australia)
"consent is invalid when the treatment provided is not necessary for the patients condition”
The dentist provided treatment purely for financial gain. Sound familiar?
caselaw.nsw.gov.au/decision/54a63…
"A practitioner's honest & reasonable belief that a patient has consented is no defence to a claim in tort. The absence of consent may flow from the incapacity of the patient, innocent misrepresentation or maladministration or fraud"
"negligent advice that treatment is required will cause trespass despite the practitioner's belief in the necessity for treatment. This would avoid the limitations on recovery of damages imposed by the Civil Liability Act & expose the practitioner to criminal charges for assault"
Since the vaccine is according to the official information not necessary for any child or young person not within a clinically vulnerable group, this opens a can of worms.
This case can be used in UK.

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