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North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 88A. Electrolysis Practice Act

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  • NC GEN ST § 88A-1. Short title
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-2. Purpose
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-3. Definitions
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-4. Unlawful practice
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-5. Creation and membership of Board
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-6. Powers and duties of the Board
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-7. Applicability of Executive Budget Act;  audit oversight
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-8. The Board may accept contributions, etc.
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-9. Expenses and fees
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-10. Requirements for licensure as an electrologist
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-10.1. Temporary license
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-11. Licensure without examination
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-11.1. Requirements for licensure as a laser hair practitioner;  limitations on licensed laser hair practitioners
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-12. License renewal
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-13. Continuing education
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-14. Inactive list
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-15. Exemptions from licensure
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-15.1. Persons and practices not affected
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-16. Permanent establishment required
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-17. Requirements for certification as an electrology instructor
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-17.1. Requirements for licensure as a laser hair practitioner instructor
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-18. Renewal of instructor's license
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-19. Requirements for certification as a Board approved school of electrology
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-19.1. Requirements for certification as a Board-approved school of laser, light source, or pulsed-light treatments
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-20. Certification renewal
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-21. Disciplinary authority of the Board
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-22. Enjoining illegal practices
  • NC GEN ST § 88A-23. Reports and immunity from suit

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