Department of Consumer Protection | 1-264-1 to 1-264-100 - License by Electronic Means

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Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies TITLE 1. Provisions of General Application

Agency Department of Consumer Protection

Subject License by Electronic Means

Inclusive Sections §§ 1-264-1—1-264-100

CONTENTS

Sec. 1-264-1—1-264-99. Reserved Sec. 1-264-100. Application for license by electronic means

Revised: 2015-3-6 R.C.S.A. §§ 1-264-1—1-264-100 - I -

Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies TITLE 1. Provisions of General Application

Department of Consumer Protection §1-264-100

License by Electronic Means

Sec. 1-264-1—1-264-99. Reserved

Sec. 1-264-100. Application for license by electronic means (a) For the purposes of this section, the term “commissioner” means the Commissioner

of Consumer Protection, and the term “department” means the Department of Consumer Protection.

(b) Where permitted by the commissioner, an application for any license, permit or registration issued by the department pursuant to the general statutes may be filed by electronic means.

(c) In lieu of requiring a written signature on a license application, the department may allow the applicant to utilize a personal identification number provided by the department, or other unique personal electronic identifier acceptable to the department, on any application filed by electronic means. The electronic signature shall be included as part of the application at the time it is filed by the applicant.

(d) The department shall instruct the applicant, as part of the licensing process, concerning the procedures by which to file an application by electronic means utilizing an electronic signature.

(e) The signing of an application with a personal identification number, or other unique personal electronic identifier acceptable to the department, shall have the same legal effect and validity as a written signature executed by such person on a paper application that is filed with the department. (Adopted effective October 30, 2000)

Revised: 2015-3-6 R.C.S.A. §§ 1-264-1—1-264-100 - 1 -