N.J.S.A 45:5-17 Restraining unlawful practice; inapplicable to spiritual or religious healers.

45:5-17 Restraining unlawful practice; inapplicable to spiritual or religious healers.

5. The Superior Court may in an action at the suit of the Attorney General or of the said board prevent and restrain the practice of podiatric medicine in this State by any person who has not first obtained and filed the license herein provided for, or the violation by any person of the provisions of this act; or of the practice of podiatric medicine by any person under a false or assumed name; or the false presentation of another practitioner of a like or different name; or for practicing podiatric medicine under any name, title or heading other than that under which he or she has a license to practice podiatric medicine. This section shall not apply nor shall it in any manner be construed to apply to persons practicing healing by spiritual or religious means if no material medicine is prescribed or used and no manipulation or material means are used.

L.1943,c.95,s.5; amended 1953, c.43, s.18; 1965, c.141, s.9; 2005, c.259, s.12.

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