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§ 2425. Certificate of licensure

(a) The board shall license as a veterinarian each applicant who proves to the satisfaction of the board his or her fitness for licensure under the terms of this chapter. It shall issue to each person licensed a certificate of licensure which shall be prima facie evidence of the right of the person to whom it is issued to practice as a licensed veterinarian or to represent himself or herself as a licensed veterinarian, subject to the conditions and limitations of this chapter.

(b) If a licensee has a principal place of business for the practice of veterinary medicine, a license shall be prominently displayed at that place.

(c) Licenses may not be transferred. (Added 1981, No. 67, § 1.)

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Statutes > Vermont > Title-26 > Chapter-44 > 2425

§ 2425. Certificate of licensure

(a) The board shall license as a veterinarian each applicant who proves to the satisfaction of the board his or her fitness for licensure under the terms of this chapter. It shall issue to each person licensed a certificate of licensure which shall be prima facie evidence of the right of the person to whom it is issued to practice as a licensed veterinarian or to represent himself or herself as a licensed veterinarian, subject to the conditions and limitations of this chapter.

(b) If a licensee has a principal place of business for the practice of veterinary medicine, a license shall be prominently displayed at that place.

(c) Licenses may not be transferred. (Added 1981, No. 67, § 1.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Vermont > Title-26 > Chapter-44 > 2425

§ 2425. Certificate of licensure

(a) The board shall license as a veterinarian each applicant who proves to the satisfaction of the board his or her fitness for licensure under the terms of this chapter. It shall issue to each person licensed a certificate of licensure which shall be prima facie evidence of the right of the person to whom it is issued to practice as a licensed veterinarian or to represent himself or herself as a licensed veterinarian, subject to the conditions and limitations of this chapter.

(b) If a licensee has a principal place of business for the practice of veterinary medicine, a license shall be prominently displayed at that place.

(c) Licenses may not be transferred. (Added 1981, No. 67, § 1.)

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