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Effect of section 47 on certain contracts

47A Effect of section 47 on certain contracts

The operation of section 47 is not to be regarded as giving rise to any implication that it is a term of any contract (whether or not written) between the proprietor of a registered non-government school and a parent of any child enrolled at the school that the school comply with the requirements imposed by or under this Act for registration of non-government schools or that failure to comply with any such requirement in itself gives rise to any civil cause of action.

Note : Non-government schools are given protection from civil liability in tort for breach of a statutory duty (including liability for damages sought in an action for breach of contract or any other action) under Part 5 of the Civil Liability Act 2002 by virtue of the Civil Liability Regulation 2003 .

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