(1) The designated attorney-in-fact must notify the board within ten days of closure of a certified euthanasia agency.
(2) As part of the notification in (1) the designated attorney-in-fact must:
(a) provide current contact information for the attorney-in-fact including but not limited to a mailing address and telephone number; and
(b) verify that all euthanasia and restraint drugs and records are managed according to state and federal laws pertaining to these types of substances. The verification must confirm:
(i) all euthanasia and restraint drugs, including controlled substances, have been either:
(A) destroyed; or
(B) transferred to an authorized person(s), including the name and address of the person(s) to whom the euthanasia and restraint drugs were transferred;
(ii) for controlled substances, the following:
(A) the date of transfer; and
(B) the name and amount of controlled substances transferred; and
(iii) the return of DEA registration and all unused DEA 222 forms (order forms) to the DEA.
(3) The designated attorney-in-fact must notify the board within ten days if a certified euthanasia agency loses its existing DEA permit and comply with the requirements in (2)(b).