47-12-8. Contents of application for registration--Acceptance or denial--Certificate not assignable--Posting--Change in location. An application for registration shall contain the name, address, state of organization, employer identification number of the entity, and such other information as may be required by the State Board of Dentistry. Upon receipt of an application for registration and a registration fee of one hundred dollars, the board shall issue a certificate of registration if the board finds that each director, manager, member, partner, and shareholder is licensed as a dentist pursuant to chapter 36-6A or is a qualified entity, if no disciplinary action is pending before the board, or any other state dental board, against any of them, and if it appears the entity has been compliant with law and the regulations of the board. The board may deny an application for registration for failure to meet the requirements of this chapter or any rule promulgated thereunder. If the board denies an application for a certificate of registration, the entity whose application has been denied shall be afforded an opportunity for hearing pursuant to chapter 1-26.
No certificate of registration is assignable. The certificate of registration shall be conspicuously posted at the premises to which it is applicable. Each certificate holder shall notify the board within ten days of a change in the location of the registered entity.
Source: SL 1963, ch 35, § 5; SL 1970, ch 255, § 4; SL 2017, ch 194, § 10.
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