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Section 14 consents

Database of consents to import, supply or export therapeutic goods that do not comply with standards

Medicines and other therapeutic goods must comply with applicable standards to be supplied in Australia.

Under the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989 prior consent must be given under sections 14 and 14A of the Act to the import, export or supply of therapeutic goods that do not comply with an applicable standard. The Secretary can impose conditions on the consent under section 15 of the Act.

The records below include information about these decisions, and any subsequent review of such decisions. All records below which relate to a single consent decision will have the same consent number.

Information about decisions made before 29 January 2016 are on the Federal Register of Legislation website.

For guidance on applying for consent see Consent to import, supply or export therapeutic goods that do not comply with standards - information for industry 

In July 2020, TGA created a special consent process for prescription medicine manufacturers experiencing difficulties in introducing new TGO91 labels into their manufacturing process due to COVID-19. These decisions are displayed in a separate database: Database of consents for prescription medicines that do not comply with TGO 91 labelling due to COVID-19.

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