2500.2020 Inactive License


Published: 2015

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2500.2020 INACTIVE LICENSE.

A Minnesota licensed chiropractor may apply to the board for an inactive license according to items A to C. An inactive license is intended for those chiropractors who will be in active practice elsewhere.

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A.

Applicants must complete a board-approved application which must include a signed affidavit stating that the applicant will no longer be actively practicing chiropractic in the state of Minnesota.


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B.

Upon approval of an application, the board will modify the annual license certificate to indicate inactive licensure.


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C.

The board may refuse to approve an application if:

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(1)

a pending or final disciplinary action exists against an applicant's Minnesota license;


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(2)

a pending or final disciplinary action exists against an applicant's license in another state where the applicant has been licensed to practice chiropractic; or


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(3)

the applicant's Minnesota license is not current in fees and penalties paid, or in continuing education units obtained for annual license renewal.