2005 Minnesota Statutes - 148D.035 — Variances.
If the effect of a requirement pursuant to this chapter is unreasonable, impossible to execute, absurd, or would impose an extreme hardship on a licensee, the board may grant a variance if the variance is consistent with promoting and protecting the public health, safety, and welfare. A variance must not be granted for core licensing standards such as substantive educational and examination requirements.
HIST: 2005 c 147 art 1 s 12
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