(1) Application for a license following denial of licensure shall include evidence of rehabilitation, or elimination or resolution of the conditions for denial.
(2) Board action on applications following denial of licensure may be resolved either informally or through the formal hearing process.
(3) In considering a subsequent application for licensure, the Board may evaluate factors that include but are not limited to:
(a) The severity of the act(s) or omission(s) which resulted in the denial of license.
(b) The conduct of the applicant subsequent to the denial of license.
(c) The lapse of time since denial of license.
(d) Compliance with any conditions stipulated by the Board as a prerequisite for a subsequent application.
(e) Rehabilitation attained by the applicant as evidenced by statements provided directly to the Board from qualified individuals who have professional knowledge of the applicant.
(f) Whether the applicant is in violation of any applicable statute or rule.


Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 0455-01-05-.10
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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