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Section 4713.63 | Restoring expired license.

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A practicing license, managing license, or instructor license that has not been renewed for any reason other than because it has been revoked, suspended, or classified inactive, or because the license holder has been given a waiver or extension under section 4713.60 of the Revised Code, is expired. An expired license may be restored if the person who held the license meets all of the following applicable conditions:

(A) Pays to the state board of cosmetology the restoration fee, the current renewal fee, and any applicable late fees;

(B) Pays a lapsed renewal fee of forty-five dollars per license renewal period that has elapsed since the license was last issued or renewed;

(C) In the case of a practicing license or managing license that has been expired for more than two consecutive license renewal periods, completes eight hours of continuing education for each license renewal period that has elapsed since the license was last issued or renewed, up to a maximum of twenty-four hours. At least four of those hours shall include a course pertaining to sanitation and safety methods.

The board shall deposit all fees it receives under division (B) of this section into the general revenue fund.

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