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     36-35-13.   Unprofessional conduct. For the purposes of this chapter, any of the following acts constitute unprofessional conduct:
             (1)      Conviction of or a plea of guilty to any felony, any crime involving or relating to the practice of massage, or any crime involving dishonesty or moral turpitude;
             (2)      Providing the board false or misleading information on any application for a license or renewal of a license;
             (3)      Willful misconduct or negligence in the practice of massage;
             (4)      Exceeding the scope of practice of massage as defined in § 36-35-1;
             (5)      Engaging in any lewd or immoral conduct;
             (6)      Making fraudulent charges for services;
             (7)      Engaging in conduct which endangers the health or welfare of clients or other persons;
             (8)      Failure to comply with any provision of this chapter; or
             (9)      Engaging in any act that aids, abets, facilitates, or promotes a violation of this chapter.

Source: SL 2005, ch 206, § 13; SL 2013, ch 184, § 9; SL 2015, ch 201, § 3; SL 2016, ch 197, § 10.

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