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New Jersey Statutes, Title: 45, PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS

    Chapter 9: State Board of Medical Examiners; advisory committee.

      Section: 45:9-37.65: Licensing without examination

           15. For one year following the date procedures for licensure are established by the council, any person who is practicing or residing in this State shall be licensed by the director without examination upon completion of a licensing application and the payment of the appropriate fee if the applicant is certified or registered prior to the effective date of this act by a nationally recognized professional association of occupational therapists approved by the director, except that no license shall be issued to an applicant if the applicant has: a. committed any act which if committed by a licensee would be grounds for suspension or revocation; or b. misrepresented any material fact on the applicant's application. The director may waive the examination for licensure under this act and grant a license to any person who is certified or registered after the effective date of this act by a nationally recognized professional association of occupational therapists approved by the director, if the director, in consultation with the council, determines the requirements for certification or registration are substantially equivalent to the requirements for licensure.

L.1993,c.85,s.15.



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