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Senate Bill 0139

Senate Bill 0139

ARCHIVE (2005)

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DIGEST OF SB 139 (Updated April 29, 2005 4:35 pm - DI 110)

Professional licensing. Establishes a process for renewing a license or certificate. Provides that a board may request the attorney general's office to investigate a prohibited act committed by an applicant. Provides that the professional licensing agency may stagger license or certificate renewal cycles. Provides that certain boards and commissions must establish licensing, renewal, examination, application, reinstatement, and restoration fees for licenses and certificates. Allows an applicant for registration as a professional engineer who has failed three or more exams to obtain approval from the board to take subsequent exams. Allows the board to issue a registration as a professional engineer to a person who: (1) completes an engineering curriculum and at least three years of work experience; and (2) has been registered or licensed as a professional engineer in another state for at least ten years. Establishes funds to assist in investigating registered: (1) architects and landscape architects; (2) land surveyors and land surveyors in training; and (3) professional engineers and engineering interns. Allows an applicant for the journeyman plumber examination to present proof of four years of certain types of plumbing trade experience. Repeals corresponding provisions concerning appeals of denials of license renewals, investigation of certain complaints, and renewal fees for land surveyors.
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