49 Pa. Code § 3.15 - Escrow of licenses and failure to renew

(a) A barber, manager-barber or barber-teacher who fails to renew a license for a 5-year period is required to take the appropriate practical examination and pay applicable back fees prior to renewal of the license. A licensee failing to file a biennial registration application or pay the required registration fee by the registration date shall have his license classified as unregistered. As long as a licensee holds an unregistered license, the licensee is not permitted to practice in this Commonwealth. A licensee who does so during a period in which the license was unregistered is required to pay a penalty fee of $5 for each month or part of a month since the expiration of the biennial registration and may be subject to disciplinary proceedings before the Board or criminal prosecution, or both.
(b) A licensee who does not intend to practice in this Commonwealth and who does not desire to renew his registration but wishes to place the license in escrow shall notify the Board in writing. Upon receipt of notification, the Board will classify the license as inactive and place it in escrow for not more than 5 years.
(c) A licensee will not be assessed a fee or penalty for preceding biennial registration periods in which the licensee did not practice in this Commonwealth.


49 Pa. Code § 3.15

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