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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 24, FOOD AND DRUGS

    Chapter 2: Enforcement by state departments; rules and regulations

      Section: 24:2-9: Fees for issuance of "Certificate of Free Sale."

          
9. The Department of Health may, pursuant to regulation adopted in accordance with the "Administrative Procedure Act," P.L.1968, c.410 (C.52:14B-1 et seq.), establish and charge reasonable fees not to exceed $100 to cover administrative costs associated with the issuance of a "Certificate of Free Sale." For the purpose of this act, a "Certificate of Free Sale" is defined as a certificate completed and issued by the department attesting that a specific food, drug, cosmetic, or medical device product regulated under Title 24 of the Revised Statutes, and manufactured, distributed, and offered for sale in this State is labeled in conformance with the applicable food, drug, cosmetic, or medical device laws and rules of this State and further attests to the results of the most recently conducted sanitary inspection of the manufacturer or distributor of the subject product.

Further, the Department of Health, may pursuant to regulation adopted in accordance with the "Administrative Procedure Act," establish and charge reasonable fees not to exceed $100 to cover administrative costs associated with the issuance of other certifications or affidavits related to matters regulated by the department under Title 24 of the Revised Statutes.

L.2003, c.117, s.9; amended 2012, c.17, s.84.



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