Every year, the National Commissions and Ahpra publish an agreement on the health professions, which sets out the fees to be paid by doctors, the annual budget of the National Council and the services provided by Ahpra, which allow the national commissions to carry out their functions in accordance with national law. The guiding principles of national law require that the national system operate in a manner that is „transparent, accountable, effective, efficient and equitable“; and that the registration fee is reasonable.“ taking into account the effective and efficient functioning of the regime“. Under national law, boards of directors and ahpra work in partnership to implement the national system, each with specific roles, powers and responsibilities defined by national law. . . .