Pharmacy Act 2007
Carrying on of retail pharmacy business by representative.
29.— The conditions referred to in section 26(1)(c) are—
(a) that the registrar has been notified of the name and address of the representative and of the pharmacist of whom he or she is a representative,
(b) that the part of the business that consists of the management and administration of the sale and supply of medicinal products is under the personal control of a registered pharmacist who has a 3 year minimum post-registration experience,
(c) that, at the premises where the business is carried on or, if there are two or more of those premises, at each of them, there is a registered pharmacist who has a 3 years minimum post-registration experience in whole-time charge of the carrying on of the business there,
(d) that the sale and supply of medicinal products in the premises in which the business is carried on is conducted in those premises or, as the case may be, in each of them by or under the personal supervision of a registered pharmacist,
(e) that the name and certificate of registration of the pharmacist referred to in paragraph (c) and the certificate of registration of the business are conspicuously displayed at the premises where the business is carried on or, as the case may be, at each of them,
(i) in the case where the event that gave rise to the appointment of the representative was the death of the registered pharmacist referred to in section 26(1)(c), not more than 5 years has elapsed since that death, and
(ii) in any other case, not more than 3 years has elapsed since that event.