Pharmacy Act 2007

59.

Cancellation of registration on request.

59.— (1) The Council shall cancel a registration if the person to whom or the owner of the retail pharmacy business to which it relates—

( a) applies for its cancellation,

( b) pays the prescribed fee,

( c) is not, at the time of applying, the subject of a complaint under this Part.

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), the circumstances in which a person or owner of a retail pharmacy business is not subject to a complaint include those in which—

( a) the Council, under section 39(2) , has decided to take no further action in relation to the complaint,

( b) the Council, under section 48(1) has dismissed the complaint,

( c) the Court, under section 51(1) , has ordered the cancellation of a sanction which has followed on the complaint and given no direction under section 51(4)(b) that might result in another sanction.

Annotations:

Editorial Notes:

E48

Amount of fee payable under subs. (1) prescribed (1.09.2014) by Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (Fees) Rules 2014 (S.I. No. 378 of 2014), rule 4 and sch. ref. 13, in effect as per rule 2.

E49

Procedures for making application for cancellation of registration under section prescribed (29.11.2008) by Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (Retail Pharmacy Businesses) (Registration) Rules 2008 (S.I. No. 495 of 2008), rule 7, in effect as per rule 2.

E50

Previous affecting provision: amount of fee payable under subs. (1) prescribed (29.11.2008) by Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (Fees) Rules 2008 (S.I. No. 496 of 2008), rule 4(1) and sch. par. 11, in effect as per rule 2(1); revoked (1.09.2014) by Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland (Fees) Rules 2014 (S.I. No. 378 of 2014), rule 6, in effect as per rule 2.