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Alabama Code Title 41. State Government § 41-9A-1

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As used in this chapter, the following terms have the following meanings:

(1) License. Any license, certificate, or other evidence of qualification that an individual is required to obtain before he or she may engage in or represent himself or herself to be a member of a particular profession or occupation.

(2) Occupational licensing board. Any state board, agency, commission, or other entity in this state that is established for the primary purpose of regulating the entry of individuals into, or the conduct of individuals within, or both, a particular profession or occupation, and that is authorized to issue licenses. The term does not include any state agency staffed by full-time state employees that, as a part of its regular functions, may issue licenses.

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