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Chapter 295-1 ORGANIZATION

Rule 295-1-.01 Organization

The Office of Division Director shall be maintained under the supervision of the Secretary of State. The Division Director is appointed by the Secretary of State to serve at his or her pleasure.

Rule 295-1-.02 Duties

It shall be the duty of the Division Director to bring together and keep all records relating to the several licensing boards; to receive all applications for licenses, with consent of the board concerned; to schedule the time and place for examination; to schedule the time and place for all hearings; to issue certificates upon authority of the licensing board concerned; to collect all fees now required by law in connection with licensing of trades and professions; and to determine expiration, renewal and penalty dates for licenses and certificates issued by the several licensing boards.