|(a) A licensee may request his or her active license
be placed on inactive status by submitting to the board the designated
form and fee.
(b) A licensee cannot practice while the license is
(c) Board-approved supervisory authority is relinquished
upon moving the license to inactive status.
(d) Inactive licenses remain subject to disciplinary
action by the board.
(e) No continuing education is required while a license
(f) To return an inactive license to active status
the licensee must submit:
(1) a reactivation form designated by the board;
(2) a reactivation fee as set forth in this chapter;
(3) proof of completion of jurisprudence exam, no more
than six months prior to submitting request for active status; and
(4) proof of completion of continuing education for
the licensee's current two-year renewal period.
(g) Neither continuing education nor fees will be prorated.
(h) To regain board-approved supervisory authority
the licensee must reapply meeting all current requirements.