(a) As a condition of reinstatement of a suspended license or the issuance of another
license after revocation, the Board may impose any condition or conditions that are
authorized under this chapter. Before reinstating a suspended license or removing a licensee from probationary
status, the Board shall, without a hearing, make a determination as to whether the
licensee has taken the required corrective actions and has satisfied all of the conditions
imposed pursuant to the license suspension and/or the probation period. A licensee who disagrees with a determination made by the Board under this subsection
may request a hearing before the Board.
(b) A licensee seeking reinstatement or removal from probationary status must pay
the appropriate fees and submit the evidence required by the Board to show that all
the conditions imposed pursuant to the license suspension and/or the probation period
have been met. Proof that the licensee has met that licensee’s continuing education requirements
may also be required.
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