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28 Pa. Code § 1211.34. Prohibition.

§ 1211.34. Prohibition.

 Except for reasonable remuneration specifically in a research contract for the services to be performed or costs to be incurred by a certified ACRC, a certified ACRC may not solicit or accept anything of value from an approved clinical registrant or a principal or financial backer of an approved clinical registrant. Reasonable remuneration may include up-front deposits or other payments to a certified ACRC under a research contract to defray start-up and ongoing costs of the certified ACRC in connection with the establishment of the contractual relationship in the research contract. This section does not apply to charitable contributions that are part of a history of giving to a certified ACRC established 1 year or more prior to the effective date of the act.

Cross References

   This section cited in 28 Pa. Code §  1211.30 (relating to approval or denial of an application for approval of a clinical registrant).

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