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217B.535 Applicator license holder restrictions -- Licenses not transferable or assignable -- Effect of sale of pest control firm -- Annual registration. (1) There shall be only one (1) applicator license holder per company with one (1) or more reserve applicator license holders allowed for each company. (2) A license issued by the department shall not be transferable or assignable. In the event of the death or incapacitation of a licensed operator, his heirs, representatives, <br>other persons or legal entities, which may have an interest in the structural pest <br>control business in which the deceased was the license holder, shall be allowed a <br>maximum of twelve (12) months from such death to obtain a qualified licensed <br>applicator to operate or manage said business under the provisions of KRS <br>217B.515 to 217B.585. A full-time certified applicator shall be employed by such <br>business for the application and supervision of restricted use pesticides. (3) If a pest control firm is sold, the purchaser must comply with all state laws and regulations. If the purchaser fails to comply he has ninety (90) days to dissolve the <br>business. The seller must notify the buyer that the department regulates the pest <br>control industry in Kentucky. The seller must notify the department that the <br>business has been sold within ten (10) days after the sale. If the license holder for a <br>pest control firm leaves or is terminated for reasons other than death or sale of the <br>firm, the firm must notify the department of this change within ten (10) days and <br>must acquire a license holder at the next testing period or must be granted an <br>emergency license by the department for a period not to exceed the following <br>scheduled examination. If the pest control firm fails to meet these requirements, <br>they must dissolve the business within ninety (90) days. A full-time certified <br>applicator shall be employed by such business for the application and supervision of <br>restricted use pesticides. (4) It shall be illegal to solicit business or advertise without a valid commercial structural pest control applicator's license or commercial structural fumigation <br>applicator's license. (5) Each applicator shall register annually and shall pay an annual fee of one hundred dollars (&#36;100) for each place of business maintained in Kentucky. Every <br>nonresident owner shall designate a resident agent upon whom service of notice of <br>process may be made to enforce the provisions of KRS 217B.515 to 217B.585. Effective: June 17, 1978 <br>History: Created 1978 Ky. Acts ch. 81, sec. 8, effective June 17, 1978.

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217B.535 Applicator license holder restrictions -- Licenses not transferable or assignable -- Effect of sale of pest control firm -- Annual registration. (1) There shall be only one (1) applicator license holder per company with one (1) or more reserve applicator license holders allowed for each company. (2) A license issued by the department shall not be transferable or assignable. In the event of the death or incapacitation of a licensed operator, his heirs, representatives, <br>other persons or legal entities, which may have an interest in the structural pest <br>control business in which the deceased was the license holder, shall be allowed a <br>maximum of twelve (12) months from such death to obtain a qualified licensed <br>applicator to operate or manage said business under the provisions of KRS <br>217B.515 to 217B.585. A full-time certified applicator shall be employed by such <br>business for the application and supervision of restricted use pesticides. (3) If a pest control firm is sold, the purchaser must comply with all state laws and regulations. If the purchaser fails to comply he has ninety (90) days to dissolve the <br>business. The seller must notify the buyer that the department regulates the pest <br>control industry in Kentucky. The seller must notify the department that the <br>business has been sold within ten (10) days after the sale. If the license holder for a <br>pest control firm leaves or is terminated for reasons other than death or sale of the <br>firm, the firm must notify the department of this change within ten (10) days and <br>must acquire a license holder at the next testing period or must be granted an <br>emergency license by the department for a period not to exceed the following <br>scheduled examination. If the pest control firm fails to meet these requirements, <br>they must dissolve the business within ninety (90) days. A full-time certified <br>applicator shall be employed by such business for the application and supervision of <br>restricted use pesticides. (4) It shall be illegal to solicit business or advertise without a valid commercial structural pest control applicator's license or commercial structural fumigation <br>applicator's license. (5) Each applicator shall register annually and shall pay an annual fee of one hundred dollars (&#36;100) for each place of business maintained in Kentucky. Every <br>nonresident owner shall designate a resident agent upon whom service of notice of <br>process may be made to enforce the provisions of KRS 217B.515 to 217B.585. Effective: June 17, 1978 <br>History: Created 1978 Ky. Acts ch. 81, sec. 8, effective June 17, 1978.

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Statutes > Kentucky > 217B00 > 535

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217B.535 Applicator license holder restrictions -- Licenses not transferable or assignable -- Effect of sale of pest control firm -- Annual registration. (1) There shall be only one (1) applicator license holder per company with one (1) or more reserve applicator license holders allowed for each company. (2) A license issued by the department shall not be transferable or assignable. In the event of the death or incapacitation of a licensed operator, his heirs, representatives, <br>other persons or legal entities, which may have an interest in the structural pest <br>control business in which the deceased was the license holder, shall be allowed a <br>maximum of twelve (12) months from such death to obtain a qualified licensed <br>applicator to operate or manage said business under the provisions of KRS <br>217B.515 to 217B.585. A full-time certified applicator shall be employed by such <br>business for the application and supervision of restricted use pesticides. (3) If a pest control firm is sold, the purchaser must comply with all state laws and regulations. If the purchaser fails to comply he has ninety (90) days to dissolve the <br>business. The seller must notify the buyer that the department regulates the pest <br>control industry in Kentucky. The seller must notify the department that the <br>business has been sold within ten (10) days after the sale. If the license holder for a <br>pest control firm leaves or is terminated for reasons other than death or sale of the <br>firm, the firm must notify the department of this change within ten (10) days and <br>must acquire a license holder at the next testing period or must be granted an <br>emergency license by the department for a period not to exceed the following <br>scheduled examination. If the pest control firm fails to meet these requirements, <br>they must dissolve the business within ninety (90) days. A full-time certified <br>applicator shall be employed by such business for the application and supervision of <br>restricted use pesticides. (4) It shall be illegal to solicit business or advertise without a valid commercial structural pest control applicator's license or commercial structural fumigation <br>applicator's license. (5) Each applicator shall register annually and shall pay an annual fee of one hundred dollars (&#36;100) for each place of business maintained in Kentucky. Every <br>nonresident owner shall designate a resident agent upon whom service of notice of <br>process may be made to enforce the provisions of KRS 217B.515 to 217B.585. Effective: June 17, 1978 <br>History: Created 1978 Ky. Acts ch. 81, sec. 8, effective June 17, 1978.

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