If a complaint is filed against a delegated dispensing permittee or any staff member,
volunteer, or consultant in association with work performed under a delegated dispensing
permit and if the complaint is found to be valid, the cost of investigating the complaint
and any followup inspections shall be calculated by the board based upon the actual
costs incurred and the cost shall be borne by the permittee being investigated. All costs collected by the department shall be remitted to the State Treasurer for
credit to the Professional and Occupational Credentialing Cash Fund. If the complaint is not found to be valid, the cost of the investigation shall be
paid from the fund.
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