• (a) The department and any board, commission, committee, or other governmental entity created pursuant to titles 43 and 44 shall notify each applicant for a professional or occupational license, certification or registration from the department, board, commission, agency or other governmental entity where to obtain a copy of any statutes, rules, policies, and guidelines setting forth the prerequisites for the license, certification or registration and shall, upon request, make available to the applicant a copy of the statutes, rules, policies, and guidelines.

  • Terms Used In Tennessee Code 4-3-205

    • State: when applied to the different parts of the United States, includes the District of Columbia and the several territories of the United States. See Tennessee Code 1-3-105

    (b) The department and any board, commission, committee, or other governmental entity created pursuant to titles 43 and 44 shall notify each holder of a professional or occupational license, certification or registration from the department, board, commission, committee, agency or other governmental entity of changes in state law that impact the holder and are implemented or enforced by the entity, including newly promulgated or amended statutes, rules, policies, and guidelines, upon the issuance and upon each renewal of a holder’s license, certification or registration.

  • (c) The department and any board, commission, committee, or other governmental entity created pursuant to titles 43 and 44 shall establish and maintain a link or links on the entity’s web site to the statutes, rules, policies, and guidelines that are implemented or enforced by the entity and that impact an applicant for, or a holder of, a professional or occupational license, certification, or registration from the entity.

  • (d)

    • (1) The department and any board, commission, committee, or other governmental entity created pursuant to this title and titles 43 and 44 shall allow each holder of a professional or occupational license, certification or registration from the department, board, commission, committee, or other governmental entity to have the option of being notified by electronic mail of:

      • (A) Renewals of the holder’s license, certification or registration;

      • (B) Any fee increases;

      • (C) Any changes in state law that impact the holder and are implemented or enforced by the entity, including newly promulgated or amended statutes, rules, policies and guidelines; and

      • (D) Any meeting where changes in rules or fees are on the agenda. For purposes of this subdivision (d)(1)(D), the electronic notice shall be at least forty-five (45) days in advance of the meeting, unless it is an emergency meeting then the notice shall be sent as soon as is practicable.

    • (2) The department and any board, commission, committee or other governmental entity created pursuant to this title and titles 43 and 44 shall notify each holder of a license, certification or registration of the availability of receiving electronic notices pursuant to subdivision (d)(1) upon issuance or renewal of the holder’s license, certification or registration.