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Section 34-27A-14 Nonresidents; consent to service of process; eligibility for licensure; temporary
recognition. (a) Every applicant for licensure under this article, who is not a resident of
this state, shall submit with the application an irrevocable consent that service of process
to the executive director of the board as provided in Section 34-27A-7(d)(3), if, in an action
against the applicant in a court of this state arising out of the applicant's activities as
a licensed real state appraiser, the plaintiff cannot, in the exercise of due diligence, effect
personal services upon the applicant. (b) A nonresident of this state who has complied with
subsection (a) of this section may obtain a license as a licensed real estate appraiser by
conforming to all of the provisions of this article relating to the classification of real
estate appraiser for which the applicant is applying. (c) The board shall recognize on a temporary
basis the certification or license of an appraiser issued... - 1K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-27C-4 License application; renewal; fee. (a) Commencing on May 21, 2009, any security
officer, armed security officer, or contract security company providing private security services
in this state shall apply to the board for a license or certification. Any security officer,
armed security officer, or contract security company providing security services in this state
before May 21, 2009, may continue to engage in business operations pending a final determination
by the board, provided such security officer, armed security officer, or contract security
company files an application for license. This chapter shall not abrogate the terms of a contract
existing on May 21, 2009. (b) An application for licensure or certification shall include
all of the following information: (1) The full name, home address, post office box, and actual
street address of the business of the applicant. (2) The name under which the applicant intends
to do business. (3) The full name and address of... - 8K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-24-276 Suspension or revocation; members of board immune from suit. (a) A license
issued to any person may be suspended for a definite period of time, revoked, or limited,
or a licensee may be reprimanded, or an application for licensure or renewal of licensure
may be denied by the State Board of Podiatry for any of the following reasons: (1) Conviction
of any offense involving moral turpitude, in which case the record of conviction or a certified
copy thereof certified by the clerk of the court or by the judge in which court the conviction
is had shall be conclusive evidence of such conviction. (2) Unprofessional conduct including
any conduct of a character likely to deceive or defraud the public, lending his or her license
to any person, the employment of "cappers," or "steerers" to obtain business,
"splitting" or dividing a fee with any person or persons, the obtaining of any fee
or compensation by fraud or misrepresentation, employing directly or indirectly any suspended... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-40-3 Alabama Board of Athletic Trainers - Appointment of members; annual meeting;
terms; duties. (a) The Alabama Board of Athletic Trainers shall be composed of nine members
who shall serve four-year terms. Members may not serve more than three consecutive four-year
terms. Three members shall be Black, one of whom shall be a physician member. The composition
of the board shall be as follows: (1) Six members appointed by the Alabama Athletic Trainers
Association in accordance with subsection (b), one of whom shall be an athletic trainer who
is a licensed physical therapist. (2) Three physicians licensed to practice medicine actively
engaged in the treatment of athletes and athletic injuries appointed by the Medical Association
of the State of Alabama. (3) The President of the Alabama Athletic Trainers Association who
shall serve as an ex officio member of the board and whose term of office shall be yearly
to coincide with his or her term as President of the Alabama Athletic... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-11-35 Powers of the board. (a) The board shall have the power to adopt and amend
bylaws and rules not inconsistent with the constitution and laws of this state, as may be
reasonably necessary for the proper performance of its duties and the regulation of its procedures,
meetings, records, examinations, and conduct. The board shall have the power to adopt and
amend from time to time rules of professional conduct for professional engineers, engineer
interns, professional land surveyors, land surveyor interns, and corporations, partnerships,
or firms holding certificates of authorization. The board shall adopt and have an official
seal, which shall be affixed to each certificate issued. (b) In carrying into effect its duties
in any case involving the revocation of licensure or any disciplinary proceeding involving
a licensee or the holder of a certificate of authorization or practicing or offering to practice
without licensure, or false statement in connection with an... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-11-9 Practice by firms. (a)(1) A firm that practices or offers to practice engineering
or land surveying is required to obtain a certificate of authorization from the board in accordance
with rules adopted by the board. (2) An entity that performs engineering services or land
surveying services for itself, or for a parent or subsidiary, is not required to have a certificate
of authorization. (3) A firm may not be relieved of responsibility for the conduct or acts
of its agents, employees, officers, or partners by reason of its compliance with this section.
An individual practicing engineering or land surveying under this chapter is not relieved
of responsibility for engineering or land surveying services performed by reason of employment
or other relationship with a firm holding a certificate of authorization. (4) The Secretary
of State may not accept organizational papers nor issue a certificate of incorporation, organization,
licensure, or authorization to any firm that... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-29-72 Application; qualifications; faculty license. (a) Any person desiring a license
to practice veterinary medicine in this state shall make written application in the English
language to the board. The application shall show that the applicant is at least 21 years
old, is a graduate of an accredited veterinary school, is a citizen of the United States or,
if not a citizen of the United States, is legally present in the United States with appropriate
documentation from the federal government, and any other information and proof as the board
may require pursuant to the administrative code of the board. The application shall be accompanied
by application and examination fees in the amounts established and published by the board.
(b) Graduates of veterinary medical programs not accredited by the AVMA shall furnish satisfactory
proof of an Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinarian Graduates (ECFVG) certificate
or its equivalent provided by the American Veterinary Medical... - 5K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-11-1 Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the following words and phrases
shall have the respective meanings ascribed by this section: (1) BOARD. The State Board of
Licensure for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors, provided for by Section 34-11-30.
(2) DESIGN COORDINATION. The review and coordination of technical submissions prepared by
persons other than the principal engineer, including, as appropriate and without limitations,
consulting engineers, architects, landscape architects, land surveyors, and other professionals
working under the direction of the engineer. (3) DISCIPLINARY ACTION. Any final written decision,
order, consent agreement, public reprimand, or other formal action taken against an individual
or firm by the board based upon a violation of this chapter or a board rule. (4) ENGINEER
INTERN. An individual who has been certified as an engineer intern by the board. (5) ENGINEER
or PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER. An individual who, by reason of his or... - 10K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 34-24-302 Denial, suspension, revocation, etc., of license; investigation; mental,
physical, or laboratory examination; authorization for release of information. (a) The board
may, within its discretion, deny the issuance of a license to any person or, after notice
and hearing in accordance with board regulations, shall, within its discretion, suspend, revoke,
restrict, or otherwise discipline the license of a person who shall be found guilty on the
basis of substantial evidence of any of the following acts or offenses: (1) Conviction of
a felony. (2) Conviction of any crime or other offense, felony, or misdemeanor, reflecting
on the ability of the individual to render patient care in a safe manner. (3) Conviction of
any violation of state or federal laws relating to controlled substances. (4) Termination,
restriction, suspension, revocation, or curtailment of licensure, registration, or certification
as an assistant to physician by another state or other licensing jurisdiction... - 7K - Match Info - Similar pages

Section 16-25-14 Retirement of members; benefits generally. (a)(1) Any Tier I plan member who
withdraws from service upon or after attainment of age 60 and any Tier II plan member who
withdraws from service upon or after attainment of age 62, or in the case of a Tier II plan
member who is a correctional officer, firefighter, or law enforcement officer as defined in
Section 36-27-59, who withdraws from service upon or after attainment of age 56 with at least
ten years of creditable service as a correctional officer, firefighter, or law enforcement
officer may retire upon written application to the Board of Control setting forth at what
time, not less than 30 days nor more than 90 days subsequent to the execution and filing thereof,
he or she desires to be retired; provided, that any such member who became a member on or
after October 1, 1963, shall have completed 10 or more years of creditable service. (2) Any
Tier I plan member who has attained age 60 and any Tier II plan member who... - 23K - Match Info - Similar pages

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