(1) A registered interior designer holding a
valid license to practice in Georgia who has retired from active practice and
is no longer practicing as a registered interior designer in Georgia, may
request inactive license status by filing the required application and paying
the appropriate fee indicated in the fee schedule.
(2) Any individual whose license is under any
sanction and is not in good standing may not transfer to inactive status while
sanctions are in effect.
individual holding inactive status shall abide by the following conditions:
(a) may not practice and may not offer
registered interior design services;
(b) may not hold themselves out to the public
as being available to provide such services; and
(c) may only use the term registered interior
designer as long as it is not used to imply active practice or that registered
interior design services are currently offered.
(4) Any practice of registered interior
design services while holding an inactive license shall be considered
unlicensed practice and is subject to disciplinary action.
(5) Any individual holding inactive status is
not subject to the biennial renewal fee or the professional development
An individual may
apply to have an inactive license reactivated by submitting the following
(a) a completed application;
(b) the appropriate fee as indicated in the
fee schedule; and
of having satisfied the reinstatement requirements for professional development
as provided in Rule
(7) Reactivation of a license is
at the sole discretion of the Board.
Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 50-9-.06
Original Rule entitled
"Inactive Status" adopted. F. Sept. 8,
2006; eff. Sept. 28, 2006.