Kan. Admin. Regs. § 63-7-10 - Crematory operator's initial license; biennial renewal

(a) The initial licensure fee for crematory operators shall be charged on a pro rata basis in order to place new licensees according to the expiration dates specified in subsection (c).
(b) Each crematory operator license renewal fee shall be paid on a biennial basis. Each renewal fee shall be initially prorated to the nearest whole month, to establish the biennial renewal process.
(c) Each expiration date shall be assigned alphabetically according to the first letter of the applicant's or licensee's surname, as follows:
(1) A and M shall expire on January 31.
(2) B and N shall expire on February 28.
(3) C and O shall expire on March 31.
(4) D and P shall expire on April 30.
(5) E and Q shall expire on May 31.
(6) F and R shall expire on June 30.
(7) G and S shall expire on July 31.
(8) H and T shall expire on August 31.
(9) I and U shall expire on September 30.
(10) J and V shall expire on October 31.
(11) K and W shall expire on November 30.
(12) L, X, Y, and Z shall expire on December 31.

Each licensee whose surname begins with a letter from A through L shall renew in even-numbered years. Each licensee whose surname begins with a letter from M through Z shall renew in odd-numbered years.

(d) Each licensee shall make up all past continuing education hours accrued during the expiration period within one year of reinstatement.
(e) Each licensee changing the licensee's surname shall notify the board of the change, and the expiration date shall be adjusted to the month designated in subsection (c).

Notes

Kan. Admin. Regs. § 63-7-10
Authorized by K.S.A. 2010 Supp. 65-1772 and K.S.A. 2010 Supp. 65-1774; implementing K.S.A. 2010 Supp. 65-1772; effective Sept. 16, 2011.

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