Conn. Agencies Regs. § 21a-9-1 - Applicability

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) The uniform hearing procedures shall apply to all boards and commissions within the Department of Consumer Protection pursuant to Section 21a-6 of the General Statutes.
(b) As used herein, "agency" means the boards or commissions transferred to the Department of Consumer Protection pursuant to Section 21a-6 of the General Statutes.
(c) As used herein, "certificate" includes the whole or part of any Department of Consumer Protection permit which the Department issues under authority of the General Statutes and which (1) authorizes practice of the profession by certified persons but does not prohibit the practice of the profession by others, not certified, (2) prohibits a person from falsely representing that he is certified to practice the profession unless the person holds a certificate issued by the Department and (3) requires as a condition of certification that a person submit specified credentials to the Department which attest to qualifications to practice the profession.
(d) As used herein, "License" includes the whole or part of any Department of Consumer Protection permit, approval, or similar form of permission which the Department issues under authority of the General Statutes and which requires;
(1)practice of the profession by licensed persons only,
(2) demonstration of competence to practice by examination or other means and meeting of certain minimum standards and
(3) enforcement of standards by the Department or Agency.
(e) As used herein, "registration" includes the whole or part of any permit which the Department issues under authority of the General Statutes and which;
(1) requires persons to place their names on a list maintained by the Department before they can engage in the practice of a specified profession or occupation,
(2) does not require a person to demonstrate competence by examination or other means and
(3) may be revoked or suspended by the Agency for cause.
(f) As used herein, "practitioner" includes any person possessing a certificate, license, or registration which the Department issues under authority of Section 21a-8(5) of the General Statutes pertaining to the boards and commissions within the Department of Consumer Protection pursuant to Section 21a-6 of the General Statutes.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 21a-9-1
Effective February 22, 1984

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