Conditions of Import Licence

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Chapter: Forensic Pharmacy : The Drugs and Cosmetics Act (DCA) 1940 and Rules 1945

The importer has to fulfill the conditions that are stipulated in the Rules and also comply with following conditions.


Conditions of Import Licence

The importer has to fulfill the conditions that are stipulated in the Rules and also comply with following conditions.

1. The manufacturer shall observe undertaking given in Form 9

2. The Licensee should maintain a proper record of imported drug wherein the entries should be made serially for the stock of imported material, its distribution, persons to whom the imported drug is issued, price charged, remaining and quantity of imported drugs. The drug imported for the purpose of test or analysis or the new drugs imported are not for general use.

3. The importer should maintain all proper storage facilities for drugs imported as required in accordance with the provisions of the Act.

4. The importer should permit the inspector or officer on behalf of the State Government or Central Government without notice to inspect the premises, stocking facilities, records, analytical details, and sale of imported substance.

5. The licensee should withdraw the substance from market if asked to do so by Authority, iffound that the substance is substandard.

An import licence is for one category of drug from single manufacturer abroad, or it could be for more drugs from same manufacturer from one location. Separate licence is required for import of drugs from different manufacturers or from the same manufacturer located at different places.

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