Pharmacy Act 2007

62.

Removal of conditions imposed under this Part.

62.— (1) The Council may remove a condition attached to a registration if the pharmacist, or owner of the retail pharmacy business subject to the condition—

( a) applies for its removal, and

( b) pays the prescribed fee.

(2) Before arriving at a decision under subsection (1), the Council must give the pharmacist or owner referred to in that subsection an opportunity of making oral or written submissions to it.

(3) The Council may, instead of removing a condition, amend it or substitute another for it.

(4) The Council must notify the pharmacist or owner referred to in subsection (1) of its decision under this section.

(5) Section 21 applies also to a refusal to remove a condition and to a decision to amend a condition or substitute another for it.

Annotations:

Editorial Notes:

E55

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. refs. 33 and 34, in effect as per rule 2.

E56

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. refs. 27 and 28, 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.