Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-639b-1 - Expiration and extension of certificate of need

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) A certificate of need shall expire two years from the date of issuance by the Office unless the applicant has requested an extension of the certificate of need at least thirty days in advance of the expiration of the certificate of need pursuant to section 19a-639b of the Connecticut General Statutes.
(b) At a minimum, a request for an extension of a certificate of need shall contain the following:
(1) A detailed description of any change in the cost, configuration, services or scope of the project;
(2) A detailed description and documentation of any progress on the project including preparation of construction drawings, securing of necessary funds and building permits and commencement of any construction;
(3) An estimated timetable for commencement and completion of all remaining components of the project; and
(4) Documentation of an extenuating circumstance, including, but not limited to, delays occasioned by negotiations with vendors or contractors, beyond the control of the applicant that prevented the applicant from completing the project by the expiration date.
(c) The following criteria shall be used to determine whether an extension will be granted to the applicant:
(1) Site procurement: The applicant shall have made progress toward permanent acquisition of the intended site for the project.
(2) Financial status: The applicant shall be able to provide documentation regarding finalizing any necessary loans or lease purchase arrangements.
(3) The applicant shall provide reasonable assurance that the project will be under construction or implemented within the requested extension time frame.

Notes

Conn. Agencies Regs. § 19a-639b-1
Effective April 9, 2013

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