(a) The Board shall issue a license to each applicant, who meets the requirements
of this chapter for licensure as a podiatrist and who pays the fee established under
§ 511 of this title.
(b) Each license shall be renewed biennially, in such manner as is determined by the
Division, and upon payment of the appropriate fee and submission of a renewal form
provided by the Division, and proof that the licensee has met the continuing education
requirements established by the Board.
(c) The Board, in its rules and regulations, shall determine the period of time within
which a licensed podiatrist may still renew the licensed podiatrist's license, notwithstanding
the fact that such licensee has failed to renew on or before the renewal date, provided
however that such period shall not exceed 1 year.
(d) A licensee, upon written request, may be placed in an inactive status for no more
than 5 years. Such person who desires to reactivate the licensee's license shall complete a Board-approved
application form, submit a renewal fee set by the Division, and submit proof of fulfillment
of continuing education requirements in accordance with the Board's rules and regulations.
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