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32-1167 - Qualifying party's disassociation with licensee; licensee's requalification; penalty
32-1167. Qualifying party's disassociation with licensee; licensee's requalification; penalty
A. If a person who qualified for a license ceases for any reason whatsoever to be connected with the licensee, both the licensee and the qualifying party shall notify the registrar in writing within fifteen days after such disassociation.
B. A licensee shall have sixty days from the date of any such disassociation to qualify through another person. If the licensee fails to qualify through another person within sixty days, the license is automatically suspended by operation of law at the end of the period until the licensee does qualify through another person.