(225 ILCS 120/60) (from Ch. 111, par. 8301-60)
    (Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2023)
    Sec. 60. Wholesaler licensing; complaints. The Department may refuse to issue a license to establish a new licensed wholesale drug distributorship, if an owner of the wholesale drug distributorship applying for a license was an owner of a wholesale drug distributorship that had its license revoked, unless the owner presents sufficient evidence indicating rehabilitation. Once a complaint has been filed by the Department against a wholesale drug distributorship the Department may refuse to issue a license to establish a new licensed wholesale drug distributorship, until such time as the Department issues a decision on the complaint if an owner of the new wholesale drug distributorship was also an owner of a wholesale drug distributorship against which the complaint was filed. Neither an application for change of ownership nor for a change of location for any such wholesale drug distributorship shall be acted on by the Department until such time as the Department issues a decision on the complaint. In the event that the wholesale drug distributorship against which the complaint has been filed ceases to be licensed by the Department, for any reason, before the Department's decision on the complaint and an owner or that wholesale drug distributorship applies for a license to establish a new wholesale drug distributorship, the Department shall conduct a hearing on the complaint earlier filed, regardless of whether that wholesale drug distributorship is presently licensed by the Department. If the conduct for which the complaint was originally filed would have been sufficient to result in a revocation of a license to operate a licensed wholesale drug distributorship, then the conduct shall constitute sufficient grounds for denial of an application for a license.
(Source: P.A. 87-594.)