§ 3.1-722.6:1. (Repealed effective October 1, 2008) License renewals
Each licensee shall renew his licenses on or before May 1 of each year for the licensing year May 1 to April 30. The licensee shall make application to the Commissioner on a form furnished or approved by the Commissioner. Each licensee shall pay a license fee of fifty dollars per licensing year and shall submit on or before May 1 of each licensing year a new bond or a continuation certificate continuing the licensee's current bond. Each license renewal shall expire on April 30 of the licensing year for which the Commissioner or his agent issued the license. Every such license shall be valid through May 31 of the next licensing year or until issuance of the renewal license, whichever event first occurs, if the holder thereof shall have filed a renewal application and a new bond or a continuation certificate continuing his current bond with the Commissioner on or before April 30 of the licensing year for which the Commissioner or his agent issued the license; however, any license issued on or after January 1, 1994, and on or before May 1, 1994, shall expire on April 30, 1995. Any person who fails to renew his license or bond by the due date is subject to the applicable late fees and penalties as stated in §§ 3.1-722.3 and 3.1-722.11.
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