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(a) An applicant for renewal of a veterinary license, or to reinstate a veterinary license that has been lapsed for 60 days or less, must submit
(1) an application for renewal or reinstatement on a form provided by the department;
(2) the license renewal fee established in 12 AAC 02.350; and
(b) An applicant for reinstatement of a veterinary license that has been lapsed for more than 60 days but less than two years must submit, in addition to the items required in (a) of this section, the delayed renewal penalty fee established in 12 AAC 02.350.
(c) An applicant for reinstatement of a veterinary license that has been lapsed for two years or more, but less than five years must submit
(1) an application for reinstatement on a form provided by the department;
(2) the applicable license renewal and delayed renewal penalty fees established in 12 AAC 02.350; and
(3) documentation of completion of all continuing education requirements in 12 AAC 68.220 - 12 AAC 68.240 that the applicant would have been required to meet to maintain a current license for the entire period that the license has been lapsed.
(d) A veterinary license that has been lapsed for five years or more may not be reinstated. The former licensee may apply for a new license under AS 08.98 and this chapter.
(e) A licensee or former licensee who was unable to obtain the required continuing education hours for renewal or reinstatement of a veterinary license due to reasonable cause or excusable neglect, may request an exemption from those requirements. The applicant must submit to the board a written request for an exemption that explains the reasonable cause or excusable neglect. If the board decides to grant the exemption, the board may require an alternative method of compliance with the continuing education requirements to ensure the applicant's continued competency.
(f) In this section, "reasonable cause or excusable neglect" includes
(1) chronic illness;
(3) personal or family hardship; or
(4) other similar circumstances as determined by the board.
History: Eff. 4/9/2005, Register 174
Authority: AS 08.01.065
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