<For suspension or modification of this section related to COVID-19 see Executive Order
No. 20-10 dated March 27, 2020.>
(1) The credential to engage in a business shall be renewed biennially upon request
of the credentialed business and completion of the renewal requirements. The renewals provided for in this section shall be accomplished in such manner and
on such date as the department, with the recommendation of the appropriate board,
may establish. The request for renewal shall include all information required by the department and
shall be accompanied by the renewal fee. Such fee shall be paid not later than the date of the expiration of such credential.
(2) At least thirty days before the expiration of a credential, the department shall
notify each credentialed business at its last address of record. If a credentialed business fails to meet the renewal requirements on or before the
date of expiration of the credential, the credential shall expire. When a credential expires, the right to operate the business shall terminate. A business which fails to renew its credential by the expiration date shall apply
for and obtain another credential prior to operating the business.
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