36-9-45 Biennial renewal of license--Expiration date--Notice by board--Fee--Period of renewal.
Biennial renewal of license--Expiration date--Notice by board--Fee--Period of
The license of any person licensed under the provisions of this chapter shall be renewed
biennially, except as provided in § 36-9-46. The expiration date shall be established by the rules of
the board pursuant to chapter 1-26. The board shall mail a notice for renewal of license to each
licensee at least ninety days prior to the expiration date of the person's license. The licensee shall
return the required fee to the board before the expiration date. Upon receipt of the fee, the board shall
issue to the licensee a certificate of renewal. The renewal shall render the holder thereof a legal
practitioner of nursing as designated thereon for the period stated on the renewal certificate.
However, if any applicant for renewal of a license has not been employed as a nurse for more than
six years, the board may establish reentry standards, by rules promulgated pursuant to chapter 1-26,
and may require such written evidence, verified by oath, as may be deemed necessary to determine
compliance with such standards.
Source: SDC 1939, § 27.0905; SL 1947, ch 123, § 8; SL 1949, ch 109, § 9; SL 1955, ch 91, § 6;
SDC Supp 1960, § 27.0906; SL 1967, ch 101, § 6; SL 1976, ch 228, § 32; SL 1979, ch 255, § 38;
SL 1986, ch 307, § 5.