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Subchapter B. EXCEPTIONS


701.11.    Exceptions to this part.
701.12.    Revocation of exceptions.
701.13.    Contact person.

§ 701.11. Exceptions to this part.

 (a)  SCA’s and projects may submit a written request to the Department for an exception to a provision of this part.

 (b)  The Secretary or a designee may grant an exception to this part upon application, or upon his own initiative, when it has been determined that, under the circumstances, the granting of the exception will be:

   (1)  In furtherance of sound project or program implementation.

   (2)  Consistent with the policy objectives of this part.

 (c)  The granting or denial of an exception to this part will be in writing, will be signed by the Secretary or a designee, and will set forth the reasons therefore.

 (d)  Exceptions will not be granted to standards and regulations which are mandated by State or Federal statutes, or Federal regulations which shall be met for certification of eligibility for Federal funds.

§ 701.12. Revocation of exceptions.

 (a)  An exception granted under this chapter may be revoked by the Department, at its discretion, for a justifiable reason. Notice of revocation will be in writing and include the reason for the action of the Department and a specific date upon which the exception will be terminated.

 (b)  In revoking an exception, the Department will provide for a reasonable time between the date of written notice of revocation and the date of termination of an exception for the project or an SCA to come into compliance with this part. Failure by the project or an SCA to comply after the specified date may result in enforcement proceedings under this part.

§ 701.13. Contact person.

 Questions concerning this part should be directed to the Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs, Division of Program Licensure, 132 Kline Plaza, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17104.


   The provisions of this §  701.13 amended under section 2301-A of The Administrative Code of 1929 (71 P. S. §  613.1).


   The provisions of this §  701.13 amended October 17, 2014, effective October 18, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 6658. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (342436).

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