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§ 7502. Retention of licenses and certifications of persons entering military service. (a) General rule.--Any person licensed or certified by the Department of State, Department of Labor and Industry, Department of Education, Insurance Department, Department of Banking or the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission or pursuant to the act of October 10, 1974 (P.L.705, No.235), known as the Lethal Weapons Training Act, to practice any profession or to work at any trade or occupation, who heretofore has or shall thereafter enlist or be inducted or drafted into the military or naval service of the United States in time of war or preparation for national defense during a national emergency, shall not thereby forfeit his or her current license or registration and shall be exempt from any continuing educational requirements or in-service training requirements. (b) Renewal of license or certification following discharge.--Any such person, upon presentation of a discharge from such service within one year from date thereof, and upon payment of the fee prescribed by law for the current renewal period only, shall be entitled to a renewal of his or her license, certification or registration in the same manner as though such renewal had been made prior to the expiration of his or her last preceding renewal, as though all intermediate renewal fees had been paid and as though all continuing education or in-service training requirements have been satisfied. (Nov. 29, 2006, P.L.1459, No.161, eff. imd.)

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Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-75 > 7502

§ 7502. Retention of licenses and certifications of persons entering military service. (a) General rule.--Any person licensed or certified by the Department of State, Department of Labor and Industry, Department of Education, Insurance Department, Department of Banking or the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission or pursuant to the act of October 10, 1974 (P.L.705, No.235), known as the Lethal Weapons Training Act, to practice any profession or to work at any trade or occupation, who heretofore has or shall thereafter enlist or be inducted or drafted into the military or naval service of the United States in time of war or preparation for national defense during a national emergency, shall not thereby forfeit his or her current license or registration and shall be exempt from any continuing educational requirements or in-service training requirements. (b) Renewal of license or certification following discharge.--Any such person, upon presentation of a discharge from such service within one year from date thereof, and upon payment of the fee prescribed by law for the current renewal period only, shall be entitled to a renewal of his or her license, certification or registration in the same manner as though such renewal had been made prior to the expiration of his or her last preceding renewal, as though all intermediate renewal fees had been paid and as though all continuing education or in-service training requirements have been satisfied. (Nov. 29, 2006, P.L.1459, No.161, eff. imd.)

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Pennsylvania > Title-51 > Chapter-75 > 7502

§ 7502. Retention of licenses and certifications of persons entering military service. (a) General rule.--Any person licensed or certified by the Department of State, Department of Labor and Industry, Department of Education, Insurance Department, Department of Banking or the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission or pursuant to the act of October 10, 1974 (P.L.705, No.235), known as the Lethal Weapons Training Act, to practice any profession or to work at any trade or occupation, who heretofore has or shall thereafter enlist or be inducted or drafted into the military or naval service of the United States in time of war or preparation for national defense during a national emergency, shall not thereby forfeit his or her current license or registration and shall be exempt from any continuing educational requirements or in-service training requirements. (b) Renewal of license or certification following discharge.--Any such person, upon presentation of a discharge from such service within one year from date thereof, and upon payment of the fee prescribed by law for the current renewal period only, shall be entitled to a renewal of his or her license, certification or registration in the same manner as though such renewal had been made prior to the expiration of his or her last preceding renewal, as though all intermediate renewal fees had been paid and as though all continuing education or in-service training requirements have been satisfied. (Nov. 29, 2006, P.L.1459, No.161, eff. imd.)

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