Minnesota Statutes Health (Ch. 144-159) § 144E.14. Transfer of license or ownership
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A license, or the ownership of a licensed ambulance service, may be transferred only upon approval of the board, based upon a finding that the proposed licensee or proposed new owner of a licensed ambulance service meets or will meet the requirements of sections 144E.101 to 144E.127. If the proposed transfer would result in an addition of a new base of operations, expansion of the service's primary service area, or provision of a new type or types of ambulance service, the board shall require the prospective licensee or owner to comply with section 144E.11. The board may approve the license or ownership transfer prior to completion of the application process described in section 144E.11 upon obtaining written assurances from the proposed licensee or proposed new owner that no expansion of the service's primary service area or provision of a new type or types of ambulance service will occur during the processing of the application. If requesting a transfer of its base of operations, an applicant must comply with the requirements of section 144E.15.
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