(1) procedures to be followed for renewal of a pharmacy license;
(2) the fees to be paid for renewal of a pharmacy license; and
(3) the standards in each classification that each pharmacy and the pharmacy's employees
involved in the practice of pharmacy must meet to qualify for relicensing as a pharmacy.
(b) A pharmacy license may be renewed by:
(1) payment of a renewal fee set by the board; and
(2) filing with the board a completed application for a license renewal certificate
given under oath before the expiration date of the license or license renewal certificate.
(c) A pharmacy whose license has been expired for 90 days or less may renew the expired
license by paying to the board a renewal fee that is equal to one and one-half times
the normally required renewal fee for the license.
(e) If a pharmacy's license has been expired for 91 days or more, the pharmacy may
not renew the license. The pharmacy may obtain a new license by complying with the requirements and procedures
for obtaining an original license.
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