Current through Rules and Regulations filed through April 4, 2022

The Administrative History following each Rule gives the date on which the Rule was originally filed and its effective date, as well as the date on which any amendment or repeal was filed and its effective date. Principal abbreviations used in the Administrative History are as follows:

f. - filed

eff. - effective

R. - Rule (Abbreviated only at the beginning of the control number)

Ch. - Chapter (Abbreviated only at the beginning of the control number)

ER. - Emergency Rule

Rev. - Revised

Note: Emergency Rules are listed in each Rule's Administrative History by Emergency Rule number, date filed and effective date. The Emergency Rule will be in effect for 120 days or until the effective date of a permanent Rule covering the same subject matter superseding this Emergency Rule is adopted, as specified by the Agency.

Rules Chapters 770-1 entitled "Organization", 770-2 entitled "Definitions", 770-3 entitled "Requirements for License", 770-4 entitled "Applications and Examinations", 770-5 entitled "Fees", 770-6 entitled "License", 770-7 entitled "Licensing by Transfer (Reciprocity)", and 770-8 entitled "Enforcement Proceedings" have been adopted. Filed July 13, 1978; effective August 2, 1978.

Rules 770-4-.02 and 770-8-.02 have been amended. Filed June 19, 1981, effective July 9, 1981.

Chapters 770-1 to 770-7 have been repealed and new Chapters adopted. Chapter 770-8 has been repealed. Filed March 19, 1987; effective April 8, 1987.

Rules 770-3-.01, .02, 770-4-.01, 770-5-.03 have been amended. Chapter 770-8 has been adopted. Filed June 3, 1998; effective June 23, 1998.

Chapters 770-1 to 770-7 have been repealed and new Chapters adopted. Filed August 7, 2006; effective August 27, 2006.

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