2018 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 12 - Professions and Occupations
General
Article 23 - Electricians
§ 12-23-110. Temporary permits

The board or the program director or the director's agent, as provided in the rules promulgated by the board, shall issue temporary permits to engage in the work of a master electrician in cases where an electrical contractor no longer has the services of any master electrician as required under this article and shall issue temporary permits to engage in the work of a journeyman electrician or residential wireman to any applicant who furnishes evidence satisfactory to the board that the applicant has the required experience to qualify for the examination provided in this article and who pays the fee provided in section 12-23-112 for such permits. In addition, and in a similar manner, the board or the program director or the director's agent shall issue temporary permits to any applicant who furnishes evidence satisfactory to the board that the applicant qualifies for a master electrician's license and who pays the required fee. Temporary permits shall continue in effect for no more than thirty days after issuance and may be revoked by the board at any time.

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