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The National Health Service (Pharmaceutical Services) Regulations 2005

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Charges for drugs and refunds

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36.—(1) Subject to regulations made under section 77 of the Act, all drugs, containers and appliances provided under these terms of service shall be provided free of charge.

(2) Where a pharmacist supplies a container in response to an order for drugs signed by a prescriber, or supplies an oxygen container or oxygen equipment, other than equipment specified in the Drug Tariff as not returnable to the pharmacist, the container and equipment shall remain the property of the pharmacist.

(3) Where any person who is entitled to a repayment of any charge paid under the Charges Regulations presents a pharmacist with a valid claim for the repayment within three months of the date on which the charge was paid, the pharmacist shall make the repayment.

(4) For the purposes of sub-paragraph (3), a claim for repayment is only valid if duly made on form FP57 0405 or form FP57 0403.

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