(a) If the commission, after a complete application for a license or renewal of a
license has been filed, accompanied by the proper fee, refuses to issue or renew the
license, the commission shall give written notice to the applicant setting forth the
reasons for such refusal. Such notice and an opportunity to be heard shall be given in accordance with the
provisions of the Kansas administrative procedure act, unless the application for
a license is denied solely because of the applicant's failure to pass a required examination.
(b) If an incomplete application is filed with the commission or the proper fees are
not paid, the commission shall provide written notice to the applicant of the deficiency. If the deficiency is not corrected within a reasonable time or if no time remains
to correct the deficiency, the commission shall provide written notice to the applicant
that the applicant may withdraw the incomplete application and request to receive
any applicable refund. If the applicant fails to respond to the commission's notice within a reasonable
time, the application shall be considered incomplete and the provisions of the Kansas
administrative procedure act shall not apply. The applicant may request to receive any applicable refund. For purposes of this paragraph only, reasonable time shall mean not less than 10
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