2017 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 63 - South Carolina Children's Code
Section 63-13-100. Provisional licensure, approval, and registration.

Universal Citation: SC Code § 63-13-100 (2017)

(A) The department has power to issue a provisional registration, provisional license, or provisional approval only when the department is satisfied that:

(1) the regulations can and will be met within a reasonable time; and

(2) the deviations do not seriously threaten the health or safety of the children. A provisional registration, provisional license, or provisional approval, may be extended for a period as may be determined by the department.

(B) Except as noted in subsection (C) of this section, no provisional license or provisional approval may be issued effective for any longer than one year.

(C) Any facility granted a license or exempt from obtaining a license under the act previously in effect in this State and which does not qualify for a regular license under this chapter must be granted a provisional license in accord with subsection a. of this section. The provisional license may be issued without regard to the time limit of subsection (B) of this section. No provisional license issued under subsection (C) is effective, either by its initial issue or by renewal, for a period greater than three years.

HISTORY: 2008 Act No. 361, Section 2.

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