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West Virginia Code Chapter 48. Domestic Relations § 48-2-201. Form of marriage license

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(a) Any individual issued a license or certification under this chapter or providing services under substantial equivalency practice privileges and convicted under the laws of this state, the United States, any other state, or any other country of a felony as defined in paragraph (3) of subsection (a) of Code Section 43-1-19 shall be required to notify the board of such conviction within 30 days of such conviction.  The failure of such individual to notify the board of a conviction shall be considered grounds for revocation of his or her license or other authorization issued pursuant to this chapter.

(b) The board may not suspend the license of an individual because he or she is a borrower in default under the Georgia Higher Education Loan Program as determined by the Georgia Higher Education Assistance Corporation or has been certified by any entity of the federal government for nonpayment or default or breach of a repayment or service obligation under any federal educational loan, loan repayment, or service conditional scholarship program.  

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