(a) 1 year after the decision to issue it is final if the applicant has not commenced
construction on a project requiring construction or has not incurred an enforceable
capital expenditure commitment for a project not requiring construction;
(b) 1 year after the date the project is commenced plus the estimated period of time
for completion shown in the application if the approved project is not complete; or
(c) when the department determines, after opportunity for a hearing, that the holder
of the certificate of need has violated the provisions of this chapter, rules adopted
under this chapter, or the terms of the certificate of need.
(2) For purposes of subsection (1)(a), if a reconsideration hearing is granted or
an appeal filed under 50-5-306, the final decision will be that following the hearing or resolving the appeal.
(3) The holder of an unexpired certificate of need subject to expiration under the
circumstances specified in subsection (1)(a) or (1)(b) may apply to the department
to extend the term of the certificate of need for one additional period not to exceed
6 months. The department may grant an extension upon the applicant's demonstrating good cause
as defined by department rule.
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