National Health (Pharmaceutical Benefits (Application to supply pharmaceutical benefits following the death of approved pharmacist — documentary evidence) Determination 2015 (PB 5 of 2015)

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PB 5 of 2015
National Health (Pharmaceutical Benefits) (Application to supply pharmaceutical benefits following the death of approved pharmacist — documentary evidence) Determination 2015
 
National Health Act 1953
 
 
I, MARTIN GERARD BOWLES, Secretary of the Department of Health, make this Determination under paragraph 91 (2) (c) of the National Health Act 1953.
Dated 22 January 2015
MARTIN GERARD BOWLES
Secretary
Department of Health
  
  
1              Name of Determination
(1)      This Determination is the National Health (Pharmaceutical Benefits (Application to supply pharmaceutical benefits following the death of approved pharmacist – documentary evidence) Determination 2015.
                 (2)               This Determination may also be cited as PB 5 of 2015.
2               Commencement and authority
                 (1)               This Determination commences on the day after it is registered.
                 (2)               This Determination is made under paragraph 91 (2) (c) of the National Health Act 1953.
3              Revocation
This Determination revokes the National Health (Pharmaceutical                Benefits) (Application to supply pharmaceutical benefits following the          death of approved pharmacist – documentary evidence) Determination 2005.
4              Definitions
                In this Determination:
Act means the National Health Act 1953.
certified copy, for a document, means a copy of the document that has been certified in writing by a person mentioned in regulation 4 of the Statutory Declarations Regulations 1993 to be a true copy of the document.
5              Documentary evidence
                For paragraph 91 (2) (c) of the Act, the documentary evidence for an applicant is the following:
                (a)    evidence of the identity of the applicant in the form of:
                          (i)    a certified copy of a document that includes the applicant’s photograph and signature; or
                         (ii)    if the applicant does not have a document mentioned in subparagraph (i):
                                   (A)     a certified copy of a document that includes the applicant’s signature; and
                                   (B)     a statutory declaration, signed by the applicant, to the effect that the applicant is the person named in the document;
               (b)    evidence that the applicant is, or is likely to become, an executor or administrator of the estate of the deceased approved pharmacist;
                (c)    a certified copy of the death certificate of the deceased approved pharmacist;
               (d)    if the deceased approved pharmacist died testate:
                          (i)    a certified copy of the deceased approved pharmacist’s will; and
                         (ii)    a statutory declaration, signed by the applicant, to the effect that, to the best of the applicant’s knowledge, the will is the last will and testament of the deceased approved pharmacist;
                (e)    if the deceased approved pharmacist died intestate and the applicant has applied for letters of administration for the estate of the deceased approved pharmacist:
                          (i)    a certified copy of the application; and
                         (ii)    a statutory declaration, signed by the applicant, to the effect that to the best of the applicant’s knowledge, there is no reason why the application for letters of administration would be refused;
                (f)    if the deceased approved pharmacist died intestate and the applicant has not applied for letters of administration for the estate of the deceased approved pharmacist — a statutory declaration, signed by the applicant, to the effect that:
                          (i)    the applicant will, as soon as reasonably practicable, apply for letters of administration; and
                         (ii)    to the best of the applicant’s knowledge, there is no reason why the application for letters of administration would be refused.