Title: Section 600.4 - Withdrawals or abandonment of applications and failure to satisfy contingencies

Effective Date

11/29/1989

600.4 Withdrawals or abandonment of applications and failure to satisfy contingencies.

(a) An application made to the Public Health Council in accordance with this Part may, on written request of the applicant, be withdrawn prior to decision by the council at any time without prejudice to resubmission. Such resubmission shall be subject to the provisions relating to amendments.

(b) The failure, neglect or refusal of an applicant to submit documentation or information, within the stated time frame, to satisfy a contingency imposed by the Public Health Council in conjunction with the council's proposal to approve an application shall constitute and be deemed an abandonment or withdrawal of the application by the applicant without the need for further action by the council.

(c) When an applicant submits documentation or information, within the stated time frame, in an attempt to satisfy a contingency imposed by the Public Health Council but the department, on behalf of the council, does not consider the documentation or information sufficient to satisfy the contingency, the application shall be returned to the council for whatever action the council deems appropriate.
 

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VOLUME D (Title 10)

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