R9-17-108. Expiration of a Registry Identification Card or a Dispensary Registration Certificate 2011-04-03T08:35:21+00:00

A. Except as provided in subsection (B), a registry identification card issued to a qualifying patient, designated caregiver, or dispensary agent is valid for one year after the date of issuance.

B. If the Department issues a registry identification card to a qualifying patient, designated caregiver, or dispensary agent based on a request for a replacement registry identification card or an application to change or amend a registry identification card, the replacement, changed, or amended registry identification card shall have the same expiration date as the registry identification card being replaced, changed, or amended.

C. Except as provided in subsection (D), a dispensary registration certificate is valid for one year after the date of issuance.

D. If the Department issues an amended dispensary registration certificate based on a change of location or an addition of a cultivation site, the dispensary registration certificate shall have the same expiration date as the dispensary registration certificate previously held by the dispensary.

E. An approval to operate a dispensary shall have the same expiration date as the dispensary registration certificate associated with the approval to operate the dispensary.

This is an unofficial version of the Medical Marijuana Program rules. At this time, ADHS does not anticipate making substantive changes to these rules before they are filed with the Office of the Secretary of State. However, technical, organizational, and grammatical changes may be made. The official copy will be posted on www.azsos.gov when filed.