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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Agency 110. Board of Pharmacy
Chapter 60. Regulations Governing Pharmaceutical Processors
2/27/2024

18VAC110-60-90. Revocation or suspension of a registered agent registration or invalidation of the voluntary registration of a patient, parent, or legal guardian.

The board may revoke or suspend the registration of a registered agent or invalidate the voluntary registration of a patient, parent, or legal guardian under the following circumstances:

1. The patient's practitioner notifies the board that the practitioner is withdrawing the written certification submitted on behalf of the patient, and 30 days after the practitioner's withdrawal of the written certification, the patient has not obtained a valid written certification from a different practitioner;

2. The registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian provided false, misleading, or incorrect information to the board;

3. The patient on whose behalf the registered agent is receiving cannabis products or the voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian is no longer a resident of Virginia or is no longer temporarily residing in Virginia;

4. The registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian obtained more than a 90-day supply of cannabis products in a 90-day period;

5. The registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian sold or improperly provided cannabis products to any person, including another registered agent;

6. The registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian permitted another person to use the registration of the registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian, except as required for a registered agent to act on behalf of a patient;

7. The registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian tampered, falsified, altered, modified, or allowed another person to tamper, falsify, alter, or modify the registration of the registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian;

8. The registration of the registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian was lost, stolen, or destroyed, and the registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian failed to notify the board or notified the board of such incident more than five business days after becoming aware that the registration was lost, stolen, or destroyed;

9. The registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian failed to notify the board of a change in registration information or notified the board of such change more than 15 days after the change; or

10. The registered agent or voluntarily registered patient, parent, or legal guardian violated any federal or state law or regulation.

Statutory Authority

§ 54.1-3442.6 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 35, Issue 23, eff. August 7, 2019; amended, Virginia Register Volume 37, Issue 1, eff. September 30, 2020; Volume 37, Issue 25, eff. September 1, 2021; Volume 39, Issue 24, eff. August 16, 2023.

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