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RULE §220.3 Limitations on Multistate Licensure Privilege--Discipline

Published: 2015

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(a) All home state Board disciplinary orders, agreed or otherwise, which limit the scope of licensee's practice or require monitoring of the licensee as a condition of the order shall include the requirement that the licensee will limit his or her practice to the home state during the pendency of the order. This requirement may allow the licensee to practice in other party states with prior written authorization from both the home state and party state Boards. (b) An individual who had a license which was surrendered, revoked, suspended, or an application denied for cause in a prior state of primary residence, may be issued a single state license in a new primary state of residence until such time as the individual would be eligible for an unrestricted license by the prior state(s) of adverse action. Once eligible for licensure in the prior state(s), a multistate license may be issued.

Source Note: The provisions of this §220.3 adopted to be effective January 1, 2000, 24 TexReg 10331; amended to be effective April 14, 2009, 34 TexReg 2378