(a) If a partnership, firm, corporation, or other artificial entity that provides
services regulated under this chapter suffers the loss of its sole license holder,
the entity shall notify the Board in writing with supporting documentation within
7 days of the loss of its license holder.
(b) The Board shall schedule an emergency meeting within 10 days of notification pursuant
to subsection (a) of this section. From the date of loss of the sole license holder through the date of the emergency
meeting, the entity may continue to operate without a license holder, provided that
the entity continues to employ the same personnel with the exception of the license
(c) An owner or employee of an entity that desires to continue providing services
despite the loss of the sole license holder must submit an application for licensure
to the Board before the emergency meeting scheduled pursuant to subsection (b) of
this section, for consideration by the Board at the meeting. At the meeting the Board may issue a temporary license to the applicant, valid for
100 days, dated from the date of notification to the Board by the entity, pursuant
to subsection (a) of this section.
(d) If the Board issues a temporary license to the applicant at the emergency meeting
pursuant to subsection (c) of this section, the applicant must take the next available
(e) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsections (c) and (f) of this section, a temporary
license expires immediately upon an applicant's failure to take the next available
examination; or, if the applicant takes the examination, upon the Board's receipt
of notification that the applicant failed the examination taken pursuant to subsection
(d) of this section.
(f) If a 100-day temporary license issued pursuant to this section expires and the
entity has no license holder in its employ, the entity must cease and desist immediately
from providing plumbing services for which a license is required under this chapter.
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