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Reforma integral Ley sobre estupefacientes, sustancias psicotrópicas, drogas de uso no autorizado, actividades conexas, legitimación de capitales y financiamiento al terrorismo. Poder Legislativo. Leyes. Nº 8204 (Comprehensive reform of the Act on narcotics, psychotropic substances and non-authorized drugs; related activities; capital legitimization of capital and terrorism financing. Legislative Power. Acts. No. 8204)

Republic of Costa Rica Legislative Assembly Country Resources Substance Abuse Legislation Costa Rica 26 December 2001 Legislation/regulation drugs legislation, prevention, substance use

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La ley sobre estupefacientes, sustancias psicotrópicas, drogas de uso no autorizado, actividades conexas, legitimación de capitales y financiamiento al terrorismo regula la prevención, el suministro, la prescripción, la administración, la manipulación, el uso, la tenencia, el tráfico y la comercialización de estupefacientes, psicotrópicos, sustancias inhalables y demás drogas y fármacos susceptibles de producir dependencia física o psíquica.

The ‘Act on narcotics, psychotropic substances and non-authorized drugs; related activities; capital legitimization of capital and terrorism financing’ regulates matters related to the prevention, supply, prescription, administration, handling, use, possession, traffic and marketing of narcotics, psychotropic substances, inhalable substances and other drugs that can lead to physical and psychic dependence.

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