2005 Minnesota Statutes - 148D.095 — License certificate or card.


148D.095 License certificate or card.
Subdivision 1. License wall certificate. (a) The board must issue a new license wall certificate when the board issues a new license. No fee in addition to the applicable license fee specified in section 148D.180 is required.
(b) The board must replace a license wall certificate when:
(1) a licensee submits an affidavit to the board that the original license wall certificate was lost, stolen, or destroyed; and
(2) the licensee submits the license wall certificate fee specified in section 148D.180.
(c) The board must issue a revised license wall certificate when:
(1) a licensee requests a revised license wall certificate pursuant to this section; and
(2) a licensee submits the license wall certificate fee specified in section 148D.180.
(d) The board must issue an additional license wall certificate when:
(1) a licensee submits a written request for a new certificate because the licensee practices in more than one location; and
(2) the licensee submits the license wall certificate fee specified in section 148D.180.
Subd. 2. License card. (a) The board must issue a new license card when the board issues a new license. No fee in addition to the applicable license fee specified in section 148D.180 is required.
(b) The board must replace a license card when a licensee submits:
(1) an affidavit to the board that the original license card was lost, stolen, or destroyed; and
(2) the license card fee specified in section 148D.180.
(c) The board must issue a revised license card when the licensee submits a written request for a new license wall certificate because of a new professional or legal name pursuant to section 148D.090, subdivision 2 or 3. No fee in addition to the one specified in subdivision 1, paragraph (b), is required.
HIST: 2005 c 147 art 1 s 24

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