36-2804.06. Expiration and renewal of registry identification cards and registration certificates; replacement

 

(Caution:  1998 Prop. 105 applies)

 

A. All registry identification cards and registration certificates expire two years after their date of issue.

B. A registry identification card of a nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary agent shall be canceled and the agent's access to the verification system shall be deactivated on notification to the department by a registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary that the nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary agent is no longer employed by or no longer volunteers at the registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary.

C. The department shall issue a renewal nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary registration certificate or an independent third-party laboratory certificate within ten days after receipt of the prescribed renewal application and renewal fee from a registered nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary or independent third-party laboratory if the dispensary's registration certificate or the laboratory's certificate is not under suspension and has not been revoked.

D. If a cardholder loses a registry identification card, the cardholder shall promptly notify the department.  Within five days after the notification and on payment of a $10 fee, the department shall issue a new registry identification card with a new random identification number to the cardholder and, if the cardholder is a registered qualifying patient, to the registered qualifying patient's registered designated caregiver, if any.

E. On or before December 1, 2019, the department shall implement an electronic registry card program for registry identification cards, registration certificates, certificates and renewals. The electronic license program shall allow for the electronic verification and delivery of registry identification cards, registration certificates, certificates and renewals.