2006 Alabama Code - Section 34-17A-13 — Fees; duration of license; renewal.

(a) A fee, in an amount to be determined by the board, shall be paid to the board for original licensure.

(b) Licenses shall be valid for two years and shall be renewed biennially prior to the expiration date. The amount of the renewal fee shall be determined by the board. Any applicant for renewal of a license that has expired shall also be required to pay a late renewal fee determined by the board.

(c) On or before October 1 of the year preceding expiration of a license, the secretary of the board shall forward to the holder of the license a form of application for renewal thereof. No license shall be renewed unless the renewal request is accompanied by satisfactory evidence of the completion during the previous 24 months of relevant professional and continued educational experience. Upon the receipt of the completed application form, evidence of satisfactory professional and continued educational experience, and the renewal fee, the secretary shall issue a new license for the year commencing January 1.

(Acts 1997, No. 97-170, p. 247, §13.)

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