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32-1725 - Issuance and display of license and certificate
32-1725. Issuance and display of license and certificate
A. The board shall issue to each applicant who satisfactorily passes the examination and who pays the license issuance fee pursuant to section 32-1727 a license under the seal and signatures of the members of the board. An applicant who does not pay the issuance fee within sixty days must submit a new application and all applicable fees pursuant to section 32-1727.
B. A person who holds a license or certificate pursuant to this chapter must display the current, original document in a conspicuous place that is accessible to the public.
C. A person who practices, conducts business or is employed at more than one location and who maintains a continuing activity as authorized by the license or certificate must display a board-issued duplicate of that document at each location.