Fee-Charging Standards for the Examination of Applications for Controlled Drugs Licenses, Certificates, and Import, Export, and Manufacturing Permits

Link to law: http://law.moj.gov.tw/ENG/LawClass/LawAll.aspx?PCode=L0030077

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Article 1


These Standards are adopted pursuant to Article 42-1 of the Controlled Drugs Act and Article 10 of the Charges and Fees Act.


Article 2


These Standards are applicable to the following:
1. Examination of applications for the issuance of a controlled drugs registration license, alteration of items recorded on a license, re-issuance of a lost license, or replacement of a damaged license.
2. Examination of applications for the issuance of a controlled drugs prescription license, alteration of items recorded on a license, re-issuance of a lost license, or replacement of a damaged license.
3. Examination of applications for the issuance of a permit for importing, exporting, or manufacturing Schedule 3 or 4 controlled drugs.
4. Examination of applications for authentication or written confirmation in connection with a permit for importing or exporting Schedule 3 or 4 controlled drugs.


Article 3


The amounts of the fees charged for the matters listed in the preceding article are as follows:
1. Examination of applications for the issuance of a controlled drugs registration license, alteration of items recorded on a license, re-issuance of a lost license, or replacement of a damaged license: NT$1,000 per application.
2. Examination of applications for the issuance of a controlled drugs prescription license, alteration of items recorded on a license, re-issuance of a lost license, or replacement of a damaged license: NT$500 per application.
3. Examination of applications for the issuance of a permit for importing, exporting, or manufacturing Schedule 3 or 4 controlled drugs: NT$1,000 per application.
4. Examination of applications for authentication or written confirmation in connection with a permit for importing or exporting Schedule 3 or 4 controlled drugs: NT$500 per application.


Article 4


These Standards shall be enforced from 1 July 2014.