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Article - Health - General


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§17–307.

    (a)    An applicant for a permit shall submit an application to the Secretary on the form that the Secretary requires.

    (b)    (1)    An application for a permit to operate a tissue bank shall include:

            (i)    The name of the owner;

            (ii)    The classes of services that the tissue bank would provide; and

            (iii)    Any other information that the Secretary requires.

        (2)    An application for a permit to represent or service a tissue bank shall include satisfactory evidence that the tissue bank to be represented or serviced and its director meet the requirements that the Secretary adopts under this subtitle.

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