Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0455-01-05-.01 - DEFINITIONS

(1) Reprimand: A formal or informal correspondence notifying the court reporter of a finding of an ethical violation with no further disciplinary action.
(2) Civil Penalty: A monetary penalty of no more than $500 per violation imposed by the Board. A civil penalty may be imposed where any person undertakes or attempts to undertake the practice of court reporting for remuneration without first having procured a license, or knowingly presents or files false information with the board for the purpose of obtaining a license, or otherwise violates the Tennessee Court Reporter Act of 2009 or the rules promulgated thereunder.
(3) Probation: The monitored practice of court reporting which permits the court reporter to continue to practice pursuant to specified conditions as set forth by the Board.
(4) Suspension: The temporary withdrawal of the license by the Board.
(5) Revocation: The withdrawal of the license by Board action.
(6) Voluntary Surrender: The voluntary relinquishment of a license that has the force and effect of a revocation.


Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0455-01-05-.01
Emergency rule filed February 1, 2010; effective through July 31, 2010. New rule filed February 1, 2010; effective July 29, 2010. Rule petitioned March 1, 2010. Emergency rule filed February 1, 2010 expired effective August 1, 2010. Original rule filed July 26, 2010; effective October 24, 2010.

Authority: T.C.A. ยงยง 20-9-605, 20-9-606, 20-9-607 and 20-9-608.

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