(1) The expiration of a license or the voluntary surrender of a license by a licensee under this chapter shall not deprive the Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services of jurisdiction to proceed with any investigation of, or any action or disciplinary proceedings against, the licensee or to revise or render void an order suspending or revoking the license.
(2) As provided in this subsection, a person who has voluntarily surrendered a license may qualify for a license conferring the same authority as the surrendered license without having to take an examination that is otherwise required. In order to qualify without examination, the person must apply for the license within two years after the date on which the person surrendered the prior license. The person must apply and otherwise qualify for the license in the same manner as a person who initially applies for the license. If the person is required to satisfy continuing education requirements for renewal of the license, the person must show satisfaction of continuing education requirements for each renewal date occurring during the period following the surrender in which the person did not hold a license. [1989 c.701 §11; 1991 c.810 §3; 2001 c.191 §42]Section: Previous 744.003 744.004 744.005 744.007 744.008 744.009 744.010 744.011 744.012 744.013 744.014 744.015 744.016 744.017 744.018 Next
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