(a) Once effective, the Compact shall continue in force and remain binding upon every
member state, provided that a member state may withdraw from the Compact by specifically
repealing the statute which enacted the Compact into law.
(b) Withdrawal from the Compact shall be by the enactment of a statute repealing the
same, but shall not take effect until 1 year after the effective date of such statute
and until written notice of the withdrawal has been given by the withdrawing state
to the governor of each other member state.
(c) The withdrawing state shall immediately notify the chairperson of the Interstate
Commission in writing upon the introduction of legislation repealing the Compact in
the withdrawing state.
(d) The Interstate Commission shall notify the other member states of the withdrawing
state's intent to withdraw within 60 days of its receipt of notice provided under
subsection (c) of this section.
(e) The withdrawing state is responsible for all dues, obligations and liabilities
incurred through the effective date of withdrawal, including obligations, the performance
of which extend beyond the effective date of withdrawal.
(f) Reinstatement following withdrawal of a member state shall occur upon the withdrawing
date reenacting the Compact or upon such later date as determined by the Interstate
(g) The Interstate Commission is authorized to develop rules to address the impact
of the withdrawal of a member state on licenses granted in other member states to
physicians who designated the withdrawing member state as the state of principal license.
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