WAC 308-18-160: Expiration and renewal of licenses

Link to law: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=308-18-160
Published: 2015

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308-18-150    

308-18-165







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WAC 308-18-160









Expiration and renewal of licenses.









Licenses issued to private security guards and armed private security guards expire one year from the date of issuance which date will be the renewal date. Licenses issued to private security guard companies expire one year from the date of issuance which date will be the renewal date, except that if the corporation registration or certificate of authority filed with the secretary of state expires, the company license issued to the corporation shall expire on that date. Licenses must be renewed each year on or before the date established herein and a renewal license fee as prescribed by the director in WAC 308-18-150 must be paid.
If the application for a renewal license is not received by the director on or before the renewal date, a penalty fee as prescribed by the director in WAC 308-18-150 shall be paid. Acceptance by the director of an application for renewal after the renewal date shall not be a waiver of the delinquency.
The license of any person whose license renewal fee is not received within one year from the date of expiration shall be cancelled. This person may obtain a new license by satisfying the procedures and qualifications for initial licensing, including the successful completion of any applicable training and examination requirements.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 18.170.180. WSR 91-22-112, § 308-18-160, filed 11/6/91, effective 12/7/91.]