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The Road Traffic (NHS Charges) Act 1999

Section 13: Payment of NHS charges to hospitals

Since introduction in the 1930s the receipts generated under the Road Traffic Acts have always gone directly to the hospital providing the care. The Act confirms that hospitals will continue to be the direct recipients of the money which is recouped. It is intended that regulations will provide for the money collected by the CRU to be passed directly to the relevant hospitals.

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