Ala. Admin. Code r. 465-X-3-.08 - Replacement Licenses

The Board shall issue a replacement license, upon application, to a licensee who shows by notarized statement that:

(1) the licensee's current license has been stolen, taken, lost, destroyed, defaced, or
(2) the licensee's name has been changed by marriage or court order, if the licensee is an individual, or by changing the name of the sole proprietorship, partnership, or corporation, if the license is issued in the name of such an entity. Where such a name change occurs, the license issued under the licensee's former name shall expire 60 days after the name change occurs, unless within that 60-day period the licensee obtains a replacement license bearing the licensee's correct name. When the replacement license is issued to accommodate a name change, the originally issued license must be returned to the Board as a condition of the issuance of the new license.

Authors: David R. Boyd, Dorman Walker, Lois Woodward


Ala. Admin. Code r. 465-X-3-.08
Filed March 22, 1993. New Rule: Filed May 12, 1993, effective June 16, 1993. Emergency Amendment: Filed June 20, 1994. Amended: Filed September 23, 1994; effective October 28, 1994.

Statutory Authority: Code of Ala. 1975, ยงยง 34-14A-1, 34-14A-5, 34-14A-7, 34-14A-11.

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