In Medical Board of Australia v Patel  QCAT 133, the Tribunal made orders in this now well known matter, but with specific reference to the circumstances where the former doctor:
- dishonestly caused false and misleading information to be given to a registration board to obtain special registration;
- previously had conditions imposed on his registration by a foreign Board that were undisclosed; and
- was convicted on criminal charges of fraud due to the misleading application for special registration.
The orders made included an order that the former doctor must never be registered as a health practitioner in the medical profession.
The Board’s application was undefended.