Medicines Act
(Chapter 176, Section 9)
Medicines (Product Licence) (Exemption) Order
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G.N. No. S 425/2001

(31st January 2003)
[1st October 2001]
1.  This Order may be cited as the Medicines (Product Licence) (Exemption) Order.
2.  In this Order, “healthcare establishment” and “private hospital” have the same meanings as in the Private Hospitals and Medical Clinics Act (Cap. 248).
Product licence not necessary in certain circumstances
3.  Sections 5(1) and 6(4) of the Act shall not apply to any person who sells, supplies, assembles or manufactures medicinal products which are assembled or manufactured —
(a)under an agreement with any private hospital or any healthcare establishment;
(b)in accordance with the chemical composition and written prescription specified by a doctor of that private hospital or healthcare establishment for use solely by or in connection with specific patients of that private hospital or healthcare establishment, as the case may be; and
(c)in premises approved by the licensing authority.