West Virginia Code of State Rules
Title 15 - Pharmacy
15-15 - Regulations Governing Pharmacy Permits
§15-15-5 - Surrender of registration.

§15-15-5. Surrender of registration.

5.1. When a pharmacist-in-charge changes at a pharmacy, both the pharmacist-in-charge and pharmacy must notify the Board in writing within fourteen (14) days. The original permit should be copied and the change in pharmacist-in-charge written on the original and copy of the permit. The copy of the modified permit shall be posted in the pharmacy. The original modified permit should be surrendered to the Board along with a ten-dollar ($10.00) fee for the new registration reflecting the new pharmacist-in-charge. Upon receipt of the notification, the Board shall provide for the new registration to the pharmacy. An Interim pharmacist-in-charge may be designated for a period not to exceed sixty (60) days. If an interim pharmacist-in-charge is designated who is not the permanent pharmacist-in-charge, the fee shall not be charged, and a new permit shall not be issued until a permanent pharmacist-in-charge is designated.

5.2. A pharmacy that moves to a new address or a different location within the current building shall apply for a new registration and submit the appropriate fees. The Board shall inspect the facility before a new registration may be issued.

5.3. When a pharmacy changes ownership the registration expires, and a new registration shall be obtained from the Board.

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