STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
DEPARTMENT OF SELF-GOVERNING AGENCIES
67-2614. Renewal or reinstatement of license. All persons required to procure licenses from the bureau of occupational licenses as a prerequisite for engaging in a trade, occupation or profession must annually renew the same prior to the license holder's birthday. No less than thirty (30) days prior to the renewal date of a license the bureau shall send to the mailing address of record a bureau approved application for renewal that shall be completed by the licensee and submitted to the bureau with the required fee and confirmation of the completion of any continuing education that may be required. For the renewal period beginning July 1, 2003, the required license renewal fee shall be 1/365 of the annual renewal license fee as determined by the board for each day until the next birthday of the licensee. The required fee for all subsequent annual renewals shall be the amount set forth in the laws and rules of the governing board. All persons required to procure facility licenses from the bureau of occupational licenses as a prerequisite for operating a place of business in which a trade, occupation or profession is practiced shall annually renew the same prior to the anniversary of the original issue date of the license. For the renewal period beginning July 1, 2003, the required facility license renewal fee shall be 1/365 of the annual renewal fee determined by the board for each day until the next anniversary date of the license issue date. The required fee for all subsequent annual renewals shall be the amount set forth in the laws and rules of the governing board. In case of failure to renew a license prior to the expiration date, the bureau shall immediately cancel the same following the date of expiration: provided, however, that the bureau may reinstate any license canceled for failure to renew on payment of no less than twenty-five dollars ($25.00) as may be determined by law or board rule, together with all fees delinquent and documentation of the completion of any continuing education required at the time of cancellation and the renewal fee for each year thereafter up to the time of reinstatement.
Provided further, that where a license has been canceled for a period of more than five (5) years, the person so affected shall be required to make application to the bureau, using the same forms and furnishing the same information as required of a person originally applying for a license, and pay the same fee that is required of a person taking the examination in the particular profession in which said person holds a canceled Idaho license. Said applicant shall appear in person before the bureau at any regular or special meeting for an examination, the nature of which shall be determined by the bureau. If after an examination, the bureau is of the opinion that the person examined is the bona fide holder of the canceled license, is of good moral character and, if found capable of again practicing in this state the profession for which the original or canceled license was granted, the license shall be reinstated.
[67-2614, added I.C., sec. 67-2614, as added by 1974, ch. 13, sec. 2, p. 138; am. 1994, ch. 15, sec. 3, p. 30; am. 2003, ch. 21, sec. 22, p. 91.]
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