It is open to medical practitioners to combine in partnership in the same manner as other professions. The general principles governing such arrangements are dealt with elsewhere in this work1. Where medical practitioners undertake to provide medical services under the National Health Service, provision is made for the allocation of patients2. It is unlawful to sell the goodwill of the medical practice of a person who has at any time provided medical services under the national health service3, and there are
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