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(a) The board shall issue a license to practice under the provisions of this article to an applicant who meets the following requirements:
(1) Is of good moral character;
(2) Is at least eighteen years of age;
(3) Is a citizen of the United States or is eligible for employment in the United States;
(4) Has not been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude;
(5) Has not had his or her application for a license to practice as a landscape architect refused in any state of the United States;
(6) Has not had his or her license to practice landscape architecture suspended or revoked in any state of the United States; and
(7) Has completed the licensure requirements set out in this article and the rules promulgated hereunder.
(b) The board may issue a license to practice under the provisions of this article to an applicant who does not meet the licensure requirements set out in subdivisions (5) or (6) of subsection (a) of this section, but who does meet the licensure requirements established by rule by the board.
(c) An application for a license shall be made on forms prescribed by the board.
(d) An applicant shall pay all the applicable fees.
(e) A license to practice landscape architecture issued by the board prior to the first day of July, two thousand six, shall for all purposes be considered a license issued under this article: Provided, That a person holding a license to practice landscape architecture issued prior to the first day of July, two thousand six, must renew the license pursuant to the provisions of this article.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - West Virginia Code Chapter 30. Professions and Occupations § 30-22-10. License requirements - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wv/chapter-30-professions-and-occupations/wv-code-sect-30-22-10.html
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