(a) Registrations issued under this chapter shall expire no more than 12 months after
the issue date. The expiration date of registrations shall be set by the director in a manner to
best distribute renewal procedures throughout the year.
(b) To renew an unexpired registration, the service contractor shall, on or before
the expiration date of the registration, apply for renewal on a form prescribed by
the director, and pay the renewal fee prescribed by this chapter.
(c) To renew an expired registration, the service contractor shall apply for renewal
on a form prescribed by the director, pay the renewal fee in effect on the last regular
renewal date, and pay all accrued and unpaid delinquency and renewal fees.
(d) Renewal is effective on the date that the application is filed, the renewal fee
is paid, and all delinquency fees are paid.
(e) For purposes of implementing the distribution of the renewal of registrations
throughout the year, the director may extend, by not more than six months, the date
fixed by law for renewal of a registration, except that, in that event, any renewal
fee that may be involved shall be prorated in such a manner that no person shall be
required to pay a greater or lesser fee than would have been required had the change
in renewal dates not occurred.
(f) This section shall remain in effect only until January 1, 2024, and as of that date is repealed.
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