NRS 639.231
Application for and issuance of license.


An application to conduct a pharmacy must be made on a form furnished by the Board and must state the name, address, usual occupation and professional qualifications, if any, of the applicant. If the applicant is other than a natural person, the application must state such information as to each person beneficially interested therein.


As used in subsection 1, and subject to the provisions of subsection 3, the term “person beneficially interested” means:


If the applicant is a partnership or other unincorporated association, each partner or member.


If the applicant is a corporation, each of its officers, directors and stockholders, provided that no natural person shall be deemed to be beneficially interested in a nonprofit corporation.


If the applicant is a partnership, unincorporated association or corporation and the number of partners, members or stockholders, as the case may be, exceeds four, the application must so state, and must list each of the four partners, members or stockholders who own the four largest interests in the applicant entity and state their percentages of interest. Upon request of the Executive Secretary of the Board, the applicant shall furnish the Board with information as to partners, members or stockholders not named in the application or shall refer the Board to an appropriate source of such information.


The completed application form must be returned to the Board with the fee prescribed by the Board, which may not be refunded. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 639.2315 or 639.2316, any application which is not complete as required by the provisions of this section may not be presented to the Board for consideration.


Except as otherwise provided in NRS 639.2315 or 639.2316, upon compliance with all the provisions of this section and upon approval of the application by the Board, the Executive Secretary shall issue a license to the applicant to conduct a pharmacy. Any other provision of law notwithstanding, such a license authorizes the holder to conduct a pharmacy and to sell and dispense drugs and poisons and devices and appliances that are restricted by federal law to sale by or on the order of a physician.

Source: Section 639.231 — Application for and issuance of license., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-639.­html#NRS639Sec231.

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Last Updated

Jun. 24, 2021

§ 639.231’s source at nv​.us