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A. The board may issue a temporary nursing care institution administrator's license or assisted living facility manager's certificate to individuals determined to meet standards established by the board and revoke or suspend temporary licenses or certificates previously issued by the board in any case where the individual holding a license or certificate is determined to have substantially failed to conform to the requirements of such standards during the term of the temporary license or certificate.
B. A temporary license or certificate is automatically revoked if the licensee or certificate holder fails either the state or national examination during the term of the license.
C. Temporary licenses or certificates may be issued without examination, for a single nonrenewable period of one hundred fifty days, to a qualified individual for the purpose of enabling the individual to fill a nursing care administrator or assisted living facility manager position. Qualifications for a temporary license or certificate shall include good character and the ability to meet such other standards as are established by the board.
D. An applicant for a temporary license or certificate shall not have failed a state or national examination either before or after applying for the temporary license or certificate.