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This Order revokes and re-enacts, with minor drafting amendments, the provisions of the Medicines (Exemption from Licences) (Wholesale Dealing) Order 1989. The Order continues to exempt from restrictions imposed by section 8(3) of the Medicines Act 1968 as to wholesale dealing in medicinal products (except in accordance with a licence granted under that Act) the sale or offer for sale by way of wholesale dealing of a medicinal product by the product licence holder or by the person who assembled that medicinal product to the order of the licence holder, where the product has not left the premises of a licensed manufacturer or assembler throughout the period until the sale of that medicinal product (article 2(1) and (2)).
The Order continues to exempt from the restrictions imposed by section 8(3)(b) of that Act as to the sale or offer for sale of medicinal products by way of wholesale dealing and the distribution (otherwise than by way of sale) of any imported proprietary medicinal product or ready-made veterinary drug, except in accordance with a licence under the Act, anything done by a person solely in the provision of transport facilities or in the course of his business as an import agent (article 2(3)).
The Order also continues to define “medicinal product” as including “intermediate feed” (article 1(2)).
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