N.D. Admin Code 49-01-02-03 - Expired licenses

Current through Supplement No. 382, October, 2021

1. A massage therapy license is issued on a biennial basis and expires if the required renewal fee has not been paid and continuing education credit-hours have not been submitted by the renewal date.
2. Practicing massage after a massage therapist's license has expired constitutes the unauthorized practice of massage. Practicing massage under an expired license is a violation of North Dakota Century Code section 43-25-03 and is grounds for disciplinary action by the board under North Dakota Century Code section 43-25-10.
3. A license that has expired may be renewed within two years from the date of expiration upon payment of the applicable fees and submitting proof of continuing education hours. The fee will not be prorated for any period during which the license was expired.
4. A licenseholder shall notify the board of any change in the licenseholder's name, mailing address, business address, name of the licenseholder's places of business, and phone number, within sixty days after the change occurs. Failure to notify the board may result in disciplinary action.

Notes

N.D. Admin Code 49-01-02-03
Effective January 1, 2001; amended effective July 1, 2010. Amended by Administrative Rules Supplement 2017-363, January 2017, effective January 1, 2017. Amended by Administrative Rules Supplement 368, April 2018, effective April 1, 2018.

General Authority: NDCC 28-32-02

Law Implemented: NDCC 43-25-03, 43-25-09

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