Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 20. Chiropractors
Section 165. Inactive License Status.
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AS 08.20.165. Inactive License Status.

(a) A licensee who does not practice in the state may convert a license to inactive status when renewing the license. A person who practices in the state, however infrequently, shall hold an active license. A person renewing an inactive license shall meet the same renewal requirements that would be applicable if the person were renewing an active license.

(b) A person who has an inactive license certificate under (a) of this section may reactivate the license by applying for an active license and paying the required fees.

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