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A. The registrant's professional licensing board may revoke or suspend a registrant's registration or may place the registrant on probation for any of the following:
1. The registrant's professional licensing board determines that the registration was obtained by fraudulent means.
2. The registrant's professional licensing board takes action to revoke, suspend or place on probation the registrant's license, permit or registration to prescribe or dispense drugs.
3. The registration was issued through error.
4. The registrant knowingly files with the board any application, renewal or other document that contains false or misleading information or the registrant gives false or misleading testimony to the board.
5. The registrant knowingly makes a false report or record required by this article.
6. A registrant that dispenses controlled substances does not resolve discrepancies submitted to the program's central database tracking system within thirty business days after being notified of the error by the board.
7. A registrant that dispenses controlled substances does not resolve a failed attempt or missing transmission to the program's central database tracking system within thirty business days after the occurrence.
B. The board may deny a registration to an applicant for the grounds prescribed in subsection A of this section.
C. In addition to any other law, a licensed or permitted medical practitioner, pharmacist or pharmacy that fails to comply with the requirements of this article is subject to disciplinary action by the medical practitioner's, pharmacist's or pharmacy's professional licensing board. The board of pharmacy shall report to the appropriate professional licensing board the failure of a licensed or permitted medical practitioner, pharmacist or pharmacy to comply with the requirements of this article.