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Narcotic Drugs Regulation 2016

The Narcotic Drugs Regulation 2016 gives effect to the regulatory framework for licensing the cultivation and production of cannabis and cannabis resins for medicinal and scientific purposes and drugs as provided for under the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967.

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Introduction

The Narcotic Drugs Regulation 2016 carries out, and gives effect to, the regulatory framework for licensing the cultivation of cannabis and the production of cannabis and cannabis resins for medicinal and scientific purposes, as well as in relation to the manufacture of drugs as provided for under the Narcotic Drugs Act 1967.

The Regulation also specifies the information and documentation that must be provided by an applicant at various key points, e.g. for an application for a licence, a permit associated with a licence under the Act and for any variation of a licence or permit. The Regulation also sets out the arrangements relating to the suspension and revocation of licences and permits, the surrender of a licence, applicable fees and when fees may be reduced or waived.

More information

For more information about Narcotic Drugs Regulation 2016 visit the Australian Government Federal Register of Legislation. 

legislation.gov.au

Audiences
  • Cultivators & producers
  • Manufacturers

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