MCL - Section 333.16307

Act 368 of 1978

333.16307 License and registration fees; completion of requirements for licensure or registration; forfeiture of fees; effect of void application.

Sec. 16307.

    (1) A person who has completed the requirements for a license or registration or who seeks to renew a license or registration shall not be issued a license or registration until the person has paid the license or registration fee.
    (2) License and registration fees shall be prescribed on a per-year basis. If licenses and registrations are established on a biennial basis, the fee required shall be twice the per-year amount prescribed. If licenses or registrations are established on a triennial basis, the fee required shall be 3 times the per-year amount prescribed.
    (3) Except as otherwise provided in this act or rules promulgated under this act, all requirements for licensure or registration shall be completed within 2 years after receipt of the application by the department. If the requirements are not completed within the 2-year period, the fees paid shall be forfeited to the department and the application shall be void. An individual whose application has been determined void under this subsection shall submit a new application and fees and shall meet the standards in effect on the date of receipt of the new application.

History: Add. 1988, Act 462, Eff. Sept. 1, 1989
Popular Name: Act 368