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California Code, Business and Professions Code - BPC § 7725.5

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A license that is not renewed within five years after its expiration may not be renewed, restored, reissued, or reinstated thereafter. The holder of the expired license may obtain a new license only if the holder pays all of the fees, and meets all of the requirements, other than requirements relating to education, set forth in this chapter for obtaining an original license, except that the bureau may issue a new license to the holder without examination if the holder establishes to the bureau's satisfaction that, with due regard for the public interest, the holder is qualified to engage in the activity in which the holder again seeks to be licensed. The bureau may, by appropriate regulation, provide for the waiver or refund of all or any part of the application fee in those cases in which a license is issued without examination under this section.

The provisions of this section do not apply to certificates of apprenticeship.

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