(1) A third-party logistics provider shall not conduct business in this state without
first registering with the board as a third-party logistics provider. A third-party logistics provider shall apply for a registration on a form furnished
by the board and shall submit the information required pursuant to rules adopted by
the board. The board shall specify, by rule, the information a third-party logistics provider
must submit with its application for a registration.
(2) A third-party logistics provider shall comply with all lawful directions and requests
for information from the FDA, the regulatory or licensing agency of the state in which
it is licensed, permitted, or registered, and the board.
(3) The board may deny, revoke, or suspend a third-party logistics provider registration
(a) The third-party logistics provider fails to comply with this section or with any
rule promulgated by the board;
(b) The FDA has revoked or refused to renew the third-party logistics provider's FDA
registration for failing to comply with the requirements of the “Federal Food, Drug,
and Cosmetic Act”, 21 U.S.C. sec. 301 et seq., as amended, or the DQSA or with FDA regulations implementing either act; or
(c) The state in which the third-party logistics provider resides has revoked or refused
to renew the provider's license, permit, or registration for failing to comply with
the laws of that state.
(4) The board may adopt rules as necessary to implement this section.
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