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  324.144.  Expiration of a license — board may establish by rule — renewal of a license, when. — 1.  The board may establish by administrative rule a system which provides that licenses expire on various dates.  A person may renew an unexpired license by submitting proof satisfactory to the board of compliance with the continuing professional education requirements prescribed by the board and paying the required renewal fee to the board before the expiration date of the license.

  2.  If a person's license has been expired for not more than two years, the person may renew the license by submitting proof, satisfactory to the board, of compliance with the continuing professional education requirements prescribed by the board and any penalty fee prescribed by the board.

  3.  If a person's license has been expired two years or more, the person may not renew the license.  The person may obtain a new license by submitting to reexamination and complying with the current requirements and procedures for obtaining a license.

  4.  The board may renew without reexamination an expired license of a person who was licensed in this state, moved to another state or states, and is currently appropriately licensed or certified and has been in practice in another state or states for two years immediately preceding the person's application to renew a license.  The person shall be required to pay the required fee as established by the board.

  5.  The board shall notify each license holder in writing of the license expiration date before the thirteenth day before such date by notice to the license holder at the license holder's last known address according* to the records of the board.


(L. 1997 S.B. 141 § 22)

*Word "accordingly" appears in original rolls.

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