Kan. Admin. Regs. § 28-4-1203 - Capacity; posting requirements; validity of temporary permit or license; new application required; advertising; closure
Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 39, September 30, 2021
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28-4-1203. Capacity; posting requirements; validity of temporary permit or license; new application required; advertising; closure. (a) Capacity. The maximum number, the age range, and the gender of residents authorized by the temporary permit or license shall not be exceeded.
(b) Posting requirements. The current temporary permit or the current license shall be posted conspicuously within the PRTF.
(c) Validity of temporary permit or license. Each temporary permit or license shall be valid only for the applicant or licensee and for the address specified on the temporary permit or the license. When an initial or amended license becomes effective, all temporary permits or licenses previously granted to the applicant or licensee at the same address shall become void.
(d) New application required. A new application and the fee specified in K.A.R. 28-4-92 shall be submitted for each change of ownership or location at least 90 calendar days before the planned change.
(e) Advertising. The advertising for each PRTF shall conform to the statement of services as given on the application. A claim for specialized services shall not be made unless the PRTF is staffed and equipped to offer those services.
(f) Closure. Any applicant may withdraw the application for a license. Any licensee may submit, at any time, a request to close the PRTF operated by the licensee. If an application is withdrawn or a PRTF is closed, the current temporary permit or license granted to the applicant or licensee for that PRTF shall become void. (Authorized by K.S.A. 65-508; implementing K.S.A. 65-504, 65-505, and 65-508; effective Oct. 9, 2009.)