North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 88B. Cosmetic Art § 88B-14. Licensing of cosmetic art shops
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(a) The Board shall issue a license to operate a cosmetic art shop to any applicant who submits a properly completed application, on a form approved by the Board, pays the required fee, and is determined, after inspection, to be in compliance with the provisions of this Chapter and the Board's rules.
(b) The applicant shall list all licensees who practice cosmetic art in the shop and shall identify each as an employee or a booth renter.
(c) A cosmetic art shop shall be allowed to operate for a period of 30 days while the Board inspects and determines the shop's compliance with this Chapter and the Board's rules. If the Board is unable to complete the inspection within 30 days, the shop will be authorized to operate until such an inspection can be completed.
(d) A license to operate a cosmetic art shop shall not be transferable from one location to another or from one owner to another.
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