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211.440 Effect of breach of contract. (1) If the recipient of a scholarship fails, without justifiable cause to practice dentistry in the locality designated, the entire amount of scholarship benefits received under <br>the provisions of KRS 211.405 to 211.460 plus six percent (6%) interest thereon, <br>shall become due and payable. However, where the board determines there is <br>justifiable cause for the failure to practice, it may relieve the recipient of the <br>obligation to practice, and shall provide for repayment of the amount received plus <br>six percent (6%) interest on any terms it deems proper. (2) Upon recommendation of the board, the Attorney General shall institute proceedings for the purpose of recovering any amount due the Commonwealth <br>under the provisions of this section. (3) Failure of a recipient of a scholarship to perform his obligations with respect to his contract to practice in a designated locality shall constitute grounds for revocation <br>of his license to practice dentistry within the Commonwealth. Effective: June 19, 1958. <br>History: Created 1958 Ky. Acts ch. 35, sec. 5, effective June 19, 1958.

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211.440 Effect of breach of contract. (1) If the recipient of a scholarship fails, without justifiable cause to practice dentistry in the locality designated, the entire amount of scholarship benefits received under <br>the provisions of KRS 211.405 to 211.460 plus six percent (6%) interest thereon, <br>shall become due and payable. However, where the board determines there is <br>justifiable cause for the failure to practice, it may relieve the recipient of the <br>obligation to practice, and shall provide for repayment of the amount received plus <br>six percent (6%) interest on any terms it deems proper. (2) Upon recommendation of the board, the Attorney General shall institute proceedings for the purpose of recovering any amount due the Commonwealth <br>under the provisions of this section. (3) Failure of a recipient of a scholarship to perform his obligations with respect to his contract to practice in a designated locality shall constitute grounds for revocation <br>of his license to practice dentistry within the Commonwealth. Effective: June 19, 1958. <br>History: Created 1958 Ky. Acts ch. 35, sec. 5, effective June 19, 1958.

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Statutes > Kentucky > 211-00 > 440

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211.440 Effect of breach of contract. (1) If the recipient of a scholarship fails, without justifiable cause to practice dentistry in the locality designated, the entire amount of scholarship benefits received under <br>the provisions of KRS 211.405 to 211.460 plus six percent (6%) interest thereon, <br>shall become due and payable. However, where the board determines there is <br>justifiable cause for the failure to practice, it may relieve the recipient of the <br>obligation to practice, and shall provide for repayment of the amount received plus <br>six percent (6%) interest on any terms it deems proper. (2) Upon recommendation of the board, the Attorney General shall institute proceedings for the purpose of recovering any amount due the Commonwealth <br>under the provisions of this section. (3) Failure of a recipient of a scholarship to perform his obligations with respect to his contract to practice in a designated locality shall constitute grounds for revocation <br>of his license to practice dentistry within the Commonwealth. Effective: June 19, 1958. <br>History: Created 1958 Ky. Acts ch. 35, sec. 5, effective June 19, 1958.

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