North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 93B. Occupational Licensing Boards

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  • NC GEN ST § 93B-1. Definitions
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-2. Annual reports required;  contents;  open to inspection;  sanction for failure to report
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-3. Register of persons licensed;  information as to licensed status of individuals
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-4. Audit of Occupational Licensing Boards;  payment of costs
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-5. Compensation, employment, and training of board members
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-6. Use of funds for lobbying prohibited
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-7. Rental of state-owned office space
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-8. Examination procedures
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-8.1. Use of criminal history records
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-8.2. Prohibit licensees from serving as investigators
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-9. Age requirements
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-10. Expiration of term of appointment of board member
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-11. Interest from State Treasurer's Investment Program
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-12. Information from licensing boards having authority over health care providers
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-13. Revocation when licensing privilege forfeited for nonpayment of child support or for failure to comply with subpoena
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-14. Information on applicants for licensure
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-15. Payment of license fees by members of the Armed Forces;  board waiver rules
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-15.1. Licensure for individuals with military training and experience;  proficiency examination;  licensure by endorsement for military spouses;  temporary license
  • NC GEN ST § 93B-16. Occupational board liability for negligent acts

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