2005 Minnesota Statutes - 148D.080 — Reactivations.


148D.080 Reactivations.
Subdivision 1. Mailing notices to licensees on temporary leave. The board must mail a notice for reactivation to a licensee on temporary leave at least 45 days before the expiration date of the license pursuant to section 148D.075, subdivision 4. Mailing the notice by United States mail to the licensee's last known mailing address constitutes valid mailing. Failure to receive the reactivation notice does not relieve a licensee of the obligation to comply with the provisions of this section to reactivate a license.
Subd. 2. Reactivation from a temporary leave or emeritus status. To reactivate a license from a temporary leave or emeritus status, a licensee must do the following within the time period specified in section 148D.075, subdivisions 4 and 5:
(1) complete an application form specified by the board;
(2) document compliance with the continuing education requirements specified in subdivision 4;
(3) submit a supervision plan, if required;
(4) pay the reactivation of an inactive licensee fee specified in section 148D.180; and
(5) pay the wall certificate fee in accordance with section 148D.095, subdivision 1, paragraph (b) or (c), if the licensee needs a duplicate license.
Subd. 3. Reactivation of an expired license. To reactivate an expired license, a licensee must do the following within one year of the expiration date:
(1) complete an application form specified by the board;
(2) document compliance with the continuing education requirements that were in effect at the time the license expired;
(3) document compliance with the supervision requirements, if applicable, that were in effect at the time the license expired; and
(4) pay the reactivation of an expired license fee specified in section 148D.180.
Subd. 4. Continuing education requirements. (a) A licensee who is on temporary leave or who has an emeritus license must obtain the continuing education hours that would be required if the license was active. At the time of reactivation, the licensee must document compliance with the continuing education requirements specified in sections 148D.130 to 148D.170.
(b) A licensee applying for reactivation pursuant to subdivision 2 or 3 may apply for a variance to the continuing education requirements pursuant to sections 148D.130 to 148D.170.
Subd. 5. Reactivation of a voluntarily terminated license. To reactivate a voluntarily terminated license, a licensee must do the following within one year of the date the voluntary termination takes effect:
(1) complete an application form specified by the board;
(2) document compliance with the continuing education requirements that were in effect at the time the license was voluntarily terminated;
(3) document compliance with the supervision requirements, if applicable, that were in effect at the time the license was voluntarily terminated; and
(4) pay the reactivation of an expired or voluntarily terminated license fee specified in section 148D.180.
HIST: 2005 c 147 art 1 s 21

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