(a) A person may renew an unexpired license by paying the required renewal fee to
the board before the expiration date of the license.
(b) At least 30 days before the expiration of a person's license, the board shall
send written notice of the impending license expiration to the person at the person's
last known address according to the board's records.
(c) The renewal fee applies to each person licensed by the board, even if the person
is not practicing chiropractic in this state.
(d) A person whose license has been expired for 90 days or less may renew the license
by paying to the board a renewal fee that is equal to 1- 1/2 times the renewal fee set by the board under Section 201.153(a). If a person's license has been expired for more than 90 days but less than one year,
the person may renew the license by paying to the board a renewal fee that is equal
to two times the renewal fee set by the board under Section 201.153(a).
(e) Except as provided by Subsection (g) and Section 201.355, a person may not renew a license that has been expired for one year or more. The person may obtain a new license by submitting to reexamination and complying
with the requirements and procedures for obtaining an original license.
(f) A person who practices chiropractic without a renewal receipt for the current
year practices chiropractic without a license.
(g) A person may renew a license that has been expired for at least one year but not
more than three years if:
(1) the board determines according to criteria adopted by board rule that the person
has shown good cause for the failure to renew the license; and
(2) the person pays to the board:
(A) the renewal fee set by the board under Section 201.153(a) for each year in which the license was expired; and
(B) an additional fee in an amount equal to the sum of:
(i) the renewal fee set by the board under Section 201.153(a), multiplied by the number of years the license was expired, prorated for fractional
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