MCL - Section 339.5203

Act 407 of 2016

339.5203 License; issuance upon demonstration of unfair and inadequate requirements; fees; license with limitation; notice; approval or disapproval; review.

Sec. 203.

    (1) The department may issue a license to an individual under a specific article of this act if the individual demonstrates to the satisfaction of the department and a board, in the manner required under article 5, that the licensure requirements do not constitute a fair and adequate measure of the individual's knowledge and skills or that a required examination for receipt of a license does not serve as an adequate basis for determining whether an individual could perform an occupation with competence.
    (2) The department shall not issue and a person shall not receive a license under this act until the person pays the appropriate fees established by rule promulgated by the department under section 207.
    (3) The department may issue a license under this act with a limitation. If the department intends to impose a limitation on the issuance of a license of a person under a specific article of this act, the department shall notify the appropriate board of its intent, and the department may impose the limitation only with the approval of that board. However, if a board, within 60 days after it receives notification by the department under this subsection, does not approve or disapprove of the imposition of the limitation, the department may impose the limitation. A person that receives a license with a limitation may receive a review of the decision to place the limitation under section 533.

History: 2016, Act 407, Eff. Apr. 4, 2017