201 KAR 2:160. Licensees; inactive status

Link to law: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/kar/201/002/160.htm
Published: 2015

      201 KAR 2:160.

Licensees; inactive status.

 

      RELATES TO: KRS

Chapter 315

      STATUTORY

AUTHORITY: KRS 315.065, 315.110, 315.120, 315.191(1)

      NECESSITY,

FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: Senate Bill 241 of the General Assembly, Commonwealth

of Kentucky, Regular Session 1982, provided for changes in KRS Chapter 315.

This necessitated requirements for licensees to be issued inactive status and

for those who desire to apply for renewal of a license to return to active

practice.

 

      Section 1. A

pharmacist may apply for inactive status by:

      (1) Completing

annual renewal application; and

      (2) Paying

annual fee for inactive status.

 

      Section 2.

Pharmacists maintaining an active license to practice in another state or

jurisdiction are ineligible for inactive status in Kentucky.

 

      Section 3.

Pharmacists seeking relicensure form inactive to active status must fulfill the

following requirements:

      (1) If the

pharmacist has been inactive for no more than five (5) consecutive years, he

must:

      (a) Provide

written notice to the board requesting their consideration to active status.

The board shall act upon such request within sixty (60) days.

      (b) Satisfy the

board's continuing education requirements for each year of inactive status.

      (c) Successfully

complete a jurisprudence examination given by the board.

      (d) Pay all

cumulative annual renewal fees required for active licensees.

      (2) If a

pharmacist has had inactive status for more than five (5) consecutive years, he

must:

      (a) Provide

written notice to the board requesting their consideration to active status.

The board shall act upon such request within sixty (60) days.

      (b) Successfully

complete a satisfactory examination before the board.

      (c) Pay all

cumulative annual renewal fees required of active licensees. (9 Ky.R. 633; Am.

778; eff. 12-1-82.)
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