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§ 93B‑13.  Revocationwhen licensing privilege forfeited for nonpayment of child support or forfailure to comply with subpoena.

(a)        Upon receipt of acourt order, pursuant to G.S. 50‑13.12 and G.S. 110‑142.1, revokingthe occupational license of a licensee under its jurisdiction, an occupationallicensing board shall note the revocation in its records, report the actionwithin 30 days to the Department of Health and Human Services, and follow thenormal postrevocation rules and procedures of the board as if the revocationhad been ordered by the board. The revocation shall remain in effect until theboard receives certification by the clerk of superior court or the Departmentof Health and Human Services in an IV‑D case that the licensee is nolonger delinquent in child support payments, or, as applicable, that thelicensee is in compliance with or is no longer subject to the subpoena that wasthe basis for the revocation.

(b)        Upon receipt ofnotification from the Department of Health and Human Services that a licenseeunder an occupational licensing board's jurisdiction has forfeited thelicensee's occupational license pursuant to G.S. 110‑142.1, then theoccupational licensing board shall send a notice of intent to revoke or suspendthe occupational license of that licensee as provided by G.S. 110‑142.1(d).If the license is revoked as provided by the provisions of G.S. 110‑142.1,the revocation shall remain in effect until the board receives certification bythe designated representative or the child support enforcement agency that thelicensee is no longer delinquent in child support payments, or, as applicable,that the licensee is in compliance with or no longer subject to a subpoena thatwas the basis for the revocation.

(c)        If at the time thecourt revokes a license pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, or if atthe time the occupational licensing board revokes a license pursuant tosubsection (b) of this section, the occupational licensing board has revokedthe same license under the licensing board's disciplinary authority overlicensees under its jurisdiction, and that revocation period is greater thanthe revocation period resulting from forfeiture pursuant to G.S. 50‑13.12or G.S. 110‑142.1 then the revocation period imposed by the occupationallicensing board applies.

(d)        Immediately uponcertification by the clerk of superior court or the child support enforcementagency that the licensee whose license was revoked pursuant to subsection (a)or (b) of this section is no longer delinquent in child support payments, theoccupational licensing board shall reinstate the license. Immediately uponcertification by the clerk of superior court or the child support enforcementagency that the licensee whose license was revoked because of failure to complywith a subpoena is in compliance with or no longer subject to the subpoena, theoccupational licensing board shall reinstate the license. Reinstatement of alicense pursuant to this section shall be made at no additional cost to thelicensee. (1995,c. 538, s. 1.3; 1997‑433, s. 5.4; 1997‑443, s. 11A.118(a); 1998‑17,s. 1; 2003‑288, s. 2.)