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Chapter 340

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  340.258.  License expires, when — notice of renewal — application for renewal, continuing education requirements, contents — false statements, penalties — declaration of noncurrency for failure to renew. — 1.  Every license issued under the provisions of sections 340.200 to 340.330 shall expire annually or as otherwise established by board rule but may be renewed by the licensee upon application to the board for renewal and payment of renewal fees, subject to the provisions of this section.  The board shall not renew any license unless the licensee provides satisfactory evidence that he or she has complied with the board's minimum requirements for continuing education.

  2.  At least thirty days prior to the expiration date, the executive director shall send a notice of renewal and an application for renewal to each licensee of record.  The notice and application shall be mailed to the licensee's last known business address.  Neither the failure to mail nor the failure to receive the notice and application shall relieve any licensee of the duty to make application for renewal or to pay the necessary renewal fee.  The failure to mail or to receive the notice and application will not exempt the licensee from the penalties provided by sections 340.200 to 340.330 for failure to promptly renew such license.

  3.  The applicant shall disclose on the application for renewal:

  (1)  Applicant's full name;

  (2)  Applicant's business and residence addresses;

  (3)  Date and number of applicant's license;

  (4)  Any disciplinary actions taken against the applicant by any state, territory or district of the United States, or federal agency;

  (5)  Any felony criminal convictions;

  (6)  Any continuing educational credits; and

  (7)  Any other information deemed necessary by the board to assess the applicant's fitness for license renewal.

  4.  The application shall be made under oath or affirmation and subject to penalties provided for making a false statement under oath or affirmation.

Such penalties are in addition to and not in lieu of any penalty or other discipline provided for in sections 340.200 to 340.330.

  5.  If a licensee fails to submit an application and fees within thirty days of expiration of his or her license, the executive director shall notify the licensee that the application and fees have not been received and that the licensee's failure to respond within ten days will result in * his or her license being declared noncurrent.  The notification required by this subsection shall be by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the licensee's last known business and residence addresses.  If the application and fees are not received within ten days after the return receipt is received, the licensee's license shall be declared noncurrent.  The executive director shall give notice to the licensee by certified mail, return receipt requested, at the licensee's last known business and residence addresses that his or her license has been declared noncurrent and that the licensee shall not practice veterinary medicine until he or she applies for reinstatement and pays the required fees.


(L. 1992 H.B. 878 § 29, A.L. 1999 S.B. 424)

*Word "of" appears in original rolls.

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