Effective date: 5/25/1989

    (1) A license not renewed before July 31 of each odd numbered year shall automatically revert to inactive status. Such license may be reactivated only if the licensee meets the requirements for reactivation in subsection (3) below.

Terms Used In Florida Regulations 62-531.360

    (2) At least sixty days before the automatic reversion of a license to inactive status, the District which issued the license shall mail a notice of reversion to the last known address of the licensee as it appears on the District records. If the notice is mailed less than sixty days before the automatic reversion, the licensee shall still have sixty days in which to reactivate the license.
    (3) A license which has become inactive pursuant to subsection (1) above, may be renewed or reactivated upon application to the District as follows:
    (a) A license which has been inactive for one year or less after July 31 of each odd numbered year may be renewed pursuant to Rule 62-531.330, F.A.C., upon application to the District and upon payment of the renewal and late fees established in Rule 62-531.340, F.A.C. Such renewed license shall expire on July 31 of the next odd numbered year.
    (b) A license which has been inactive for more than one year after July 31 of each odd numbered year may be reactivated upon application to the District for licensure pursuant to Rule 62-531.300, F.A.C.
Rulemaking Authority 373.043, 373.309 FS. Implements Florida Statutes § 373.325. History—New 5-25-89, Formerly 17-531.360.