ARS § 36-2804.05

ARS § 36-2804.05 2017-02-11T17:01:51+00:00

Arizona Revised Statutes Section 36-2804.05 – Denial of registry identification card

A. The department may deny an application or renewal of a qualifying patient’s registry identification card only if the applicant:

1. Does not meet the requirements of section 36-2801, paragraph 13.

2. Does not provide the information required.

3. Previously had a registry identification card revoked for violating this chapter.

4. Provides false information.

B. The department may deny an application or renewal of a designated caregiver’s registry identification card if the applicant:

1. Does not meet the requirements of section 36-2801, paragraph 5.

2. Does not provide the information required.

3. Previously had a registry identification card revoked for violating this chapter.

4. Provides false information.

C. The department may deny a registry identification card to a nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary agent if:

1. The agent applicant does not meet the requirements of section 36-2801(10).

2. The applicant or dispensary did not provide the required information.

3. Previously had a registry identification card revoked for violating this chapter.

4. The applicant or dispensary provides false information.

D. The department may conduct a criminal records check of each designated caregiver or nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary agent applicant to carry out this section.

E. The department shall give written notice to the registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary of the reason for denying a registry identification card to a nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary agent.

F. The department shall give written notice to the qualifying patient of the reason for denying a registry identification card to the qualifying patient’s designated caregiver.

G. Denial of an application or renewal is considered a final decision of the department subject to judicial review pursuant to title 12, chapter 7, article 6. Jurisdiction and venue for judicial review are vested in the superior court.

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