S.C. Code Regs. 76-5 - License Expiration, Renewals and Reinstatement
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A. Licenses issued to individuals expire biennially on a date set by the Department. Licenses must be renewed for the following licensure period by payment of the renewal fee and by reporting completion of the required continuing education hours. Licenses shall become invalid unless renewed.
B. Certificates of authorization issued to firms expire biennially on a date set by the Department. Certificates of authorization must be renewed for the following licensure period by payment of the renewal fee and shall become invalid unless renewed.
C. Applicants for reinstatement must certify that they have not practiced in South Carolina after the date that the license expired, must demonstrate continuing education as required by statute, and must pay a reinstatement fee in the amount of $250.00.
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