Arizona Revised Statutes Section 36-2804.06 – Expiration and renewal of registry identification cards and registration certificates; replacement
A. All registry identification cards and registration certificates expire one year after date of issue.
B. A registry identification card of a nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary agent shall be cancelled and his access to the verification system shall be deactivated upon notification to the department by a registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary that the nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary agent is no longer employed by or no longer volunteers at the registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary.
C. A renewal nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary registration certificate shall be issued within ten days of receipt of the prescribed renewal application and renewal fee from a registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary if its registration certificate is not under suspension and has not been revoked.
D. If a cardholder loses his registry identification card, he shall promptly notify the department. Within five days of the notification, and upon payment of a ten dollar fee, the department shall issue a new registry identification card with a new random identification number to the cardholder and, if the cardholder is a registered qualifying patient, to the registered qualifying patient’s registered designated caregiver, if any.
Caution: 1998 Prop. 105 applies. This text is current as of 12/26/10. Check here for updates.