2010 Maryland Code
Subtitle 7 - Mold Remediation Services
Section 8-710 - License - Expiration and renewal.

§ 8-710. License - Expiration and renewal.

(a)  Expiration.- Unless the license is renewed as provided in this section, a license expires 2 years after the date of issuance. 

(b)  Renewal - Requirements.- Before the license expires, the licensee may renew it for an additional 2-year term, if the licensee: 

(1) otherwise is entitled to be granted a license; 

(2) pays to the Commission a renewal fee established by the Commission; and 

(3) submits: 

(i) proof of insurance; 

(ii) a renewal application in the form that the Commission provides; and 

(iii) proof that each of the licensee's current employees who provides mold remediation services holds an active certification from an accreditation body as a microbial remediation supervisor or microbial remediation technician. 

(c)  Renewal - Issuance.- The Commission shall renew the license of each licensee who meets the requirements of this section. 

(d)  Restoration.-  

(1) If application for restoration is made within 90 days of expiration of a license, the license may be restored only on payment of a renewal fee. 

(2) If application for restoration is not made within the 90-day period, the Commission may require compliance with the process for initial applications as if the applicant had never been licensed. 

[2008, ch. 537, § 2.] 

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