N.Y. Public Health Law Section 3315
Applications for renewal of licenses to manufacture or distribute controlled substances


1.

An application for the renewal of any license issued pursuant to this title shall be filed with the department not more than six months nor less than four months prior to the expiration thereof.

2.

The application for renewal shall include such information prepared in such manner and detail as the commissioner may require, including but not limited to:

(a)

any material change in the circumstances or factors listed in § 3312 (Application for initial license)section thirty-three hundred twelve of this article;

(b)

every known charge or investigation, pending or concluded during the period of the license, by any governmental agency with respect to:

(i)

each incident or alleged incident involving the theft, loss, or possible diversion of controlled substances manufactured or distributed by the applicant; and

(ii)

compliance by the applicant with the requirements of the federal controlled substances act, or the laws of any state with respect to any substance listed in § 3306 (Schedules of controlled substances)section thirty-three hundred six of this article.

3.

An applicant for renewal shall be under a continuing duty to report to the department any change in facts or circumstances reflected in the application or any newly discovered or occurring fact or circumstance which is required to be included in the application.

4.

If the commissioner is not satisfied that the applicant is entitled to a renewal of such license, he shall within forty-five days after the filing of the application serve upon the applicant or his attorney of record in person or by registered or certified mail an order directing the applicant to show cause why his application for renewal should not be denied. Such order shall specify in detail the respects in which the applicant has not satisfied the commissioner that the license should be renewed.

5.

Within thirty days of service of such order, the applicant may either submit additional material to the commissioner or demand a hearing or both. If a hearing is demanded the commissioner shall fix a date for hearing not sooner than fifteen days nor later than thirty days after receipt of the demand, unless such time limitation is waived by the applicant.

Source: Section 3315 — Applications for renewal of licenses to manufacture or distribute controlled substances, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/PBH/3315 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

Accessed:
Jun. 15, 2024

Last modified:
Sep. 22, 2014

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