Control of Clinical Trials Act, 1987

Revocation of permission to undertake clinical trial.

7.—The Minister may, at any time and after consultation with the National Drugs Advisory Board, revoke a permission granted under this Act to undertake a clinical trial if he is of the opinion that—

(a) the trial or any part thereof is being conducted in a manner which is not in accordance with the permission, or

(b) for any other reason, the trial should not continue, and he shall communicate the reason for his revocation of the permission to the person who had been granted the permission.