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§ 3101a. Definitions

The definitions contained in this section shall apply throughout this chapter unless the context clearly requires otherwise:

(1) "Certification" means a voluntary process by which a statutory regulatory entity grants to an individual, who has met certain prerequisite qualifications, the right to assume or to use the title of the profession or occupation, or the right to assume or use the term "certified" in conjunction with the title. Use of the title or the term "certified," as the case may be, by a person who is not certified is unlawful.

(2) "Licensing" and "licensure" mean a process by which a statutory regulatory entity grants to an individual, who has met certain prerequisite qualifications, the right to perform prescribed professional and occupational tasks and to use the title of the profession or occupation. Practice without a license is unlawful.

(3) "License" means an individual, nontransferable authorization to carry on an activity based on qualifications such as:

(A) satisfactory completion of or graduation from an accredited or approved educational or training program; and

(B) acceptable performance on a qualifying examination or series of examinations.

(4) "Practitioner" means an individual who is actively engaged in a specified profession or occupation.

(5) "Public member" means an individual who has no material financial interest in the profession or occupation being regulated other than as a consumer.

(6) "Registration" means a process which requires that, prior to rendering services, all practitioners formally notify a regulatory entity of their intent to engage in the profession or occupation. Notification may include the name and address of the practitioner, the location of the activity to be performed, and a description of the service to be provided.

(7) "Regulatory law" as used in section 3104 of this title, means any profession or occupation registered, certified or licensed under this title or chapter 23 of Title 4. (Added 1985, No. 255 (Adj. Sess.), § 2.)

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Statutes > Vermont > Title-26 > Chapter-57 > 3101a

§ 3101a. Definitions

The definitions contained in this section shall apply throughout this chapter unless the context clearly requires otherwise:

(1) "Certification" means a voluntary process by which a statutory regulatory entity grants to an individual, who has met certain prerequisite qualifications, the right to assume or to use the title of the profession or occupation, or the right to assume or use the term "certified" in conjunction with the title. Use of the title or the term "certified," as the case may be, by a person who is not certified is unlawful.

(2) "Licensing" and "licensure" mean a process by which a statutory regulatory entity grants to an individual, who has met certain prerequisite qualifications, the right to perform prescribed professional and occupational tasks and to use the title of the profession or occupation. Practice without a license is unlawful.

(3) "License" means an individual, nontransferable authorization to carry on an activity based on qualifications such as:

(A) satisfactory completion of or graduation from an accredited or approved educational or training program; and

(B) acceptable performance on a qualifying examination or series of examinations.

(4) "Practitioner" means an individual who is actively engaged in a specified profession or occupation.

(5) "Public member" means an individual who has no material financial interest in the profession or occupation being regulated other than as a consumer.

(6) "Registration" means a process which requires that, prior to rendering services, all practitioners formally notify a regulatory entity of their intent to engage in the profession or occupation. Notification may include the name and address of the practitioner, the location of the activity to be performed, and a description of the service to be provided.

(7) "Regulatory law" as used in section 3104 of this title, means any profession or occupation registered, certified or licensed under this title or chapter 23 of Title 4. (Added 1985, No. 255 (Adj. Sess.), § 2.)


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Vermont > Title-26 > Chapter-57 > 3101a

§ 3101a. Definitions

The definitions contained in this section shall apply throughout this chapter unless the context clearly requires otherwise:

(1) "Certification" means a voluntary process by which a statutory regulatory entity grants to an individual, who has met certain prerequisite qualifications, the right to assume or to use the title of the profession or occupation, or the right to assume or use the term "certified" in conjunction with the title. Use of the title or the term "certified," as the case may be, by a person who is not certified is unlawful.

(2) "Licensing" and "licensure" mean a process by which a statutory regulatory entity grants to an individual, who has met certain prerequisite qualifications, the right to perform prescribed professional and occupational tasks and to use the title of the profession or occupation. Practice without a license is unlawful.

(3) "License" means an individual, nontransferable authorization to carry on an activity based on qualifications such as:

(A) satisfactory completion of or graduation from an accredited or approved educational or training program; and

(B) acceptable performance on a qualifying examination or series of examinations.

(4) "Practitioner" means an individual who is actively engaged in a specified profession or occupation.

(5) "Public member" means an individual who has no material financial interest in the profession or occupation being regulated other than as a consumer.

(6) "Registration" means a process which requires that, prior to rendering services, all practitioners formally notify a regulatory entity of their intent to engage in the profession or occupation. Notification may include the name and address of the practitioner, the location of the activity to be performed, and a description of the service to be provided.

(7) "Regulatory law" as used in section 3104 of this title, means any profession or occupation registered, certified or licensed under this title or chapter 23 of Title 4. (Added 1985, No. 255 (Adj. Sess.), § 2.)

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