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The National Health Service (Pharmaceutical Services) (Scotland) Regulations 2009

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2.—(1) To the extent that this Schedule imposes a requirement on a pharmacy contractor in respect of an activity which could only, or would normally, be undertaken by a natural person–

(a)if the pharmacy contractor is a pharmacist–

(i)that pharmacy contractor must comply with that requirement; and

(ii)if such pharmacy contractor employs or engages a pharmacist in connection with the provision of pharmaceutical services, that pharmacy contractor must secure compliance with that requirement by such pharmacists, and such pharmacists must also comply with that requirement; and

(b)if the pharmacy contractor is not a natural person, that pharmacy contractor must secure compliance with that requirement by the pharmacists whom it employs or engages, and those pharmacists must comply with that requirement,

and references in this Schedule must be construed accordingly.

(2) Where this Schedule imposes a requirement on the director or superintendent of a body corporate that is on the pharmaceutical list, breach of that requirement shall be deemed to be a breach by the body corporate of its terms of service.

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