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Chapter 310-4 REGISTRATION

Rule 310-4-.01 Registration to Practice Landscape Architecture

(1) An applicant eligible for registration to practice Landscape Architecture in Georgia shall be notified by the Board of his eligibility.
(2) Upon payment of the initial registration fee, the Board shall issue a certificate of registration to the Landscape Architect.
(3) The certificate of registration shall indicate the date of registration and the registration number of the Landscape Architect.
(4) A duplicate certificate may be issued by the Board if the original certificate is lost or damaged. A request for a duplicate certificate shall be submitted to the Board in writing together with a fee for the duplicate certificate.
(5) A suspended, revoked, or expired certificate shall be surrendered to the Board upon demand by the Board.

Rule 310-4-.02 Biennial Renewal

(1) All registrations shall expire on December 31st of each even numbered year and shall be biennially renewable.
(2) Without a current registration it is unlawful to use the title "landscape architect" or practice landscape architecture.
(3) Every application for renewal of a landscape architect registration shall be accompanied by a renewal fee and a statement from the registrant affirming completion of the continuing education requirements provided for in Chapter 310-9.

Rule 310-4-.03 Late Renewal

Late renewal applications submitted during the six (6) month penalty period following registration expiration, which are accompanied by a statement from the registrant affirming that the continuing education requirements set forth in Chapter 310-9 have been met, must be accompanied by a late renewal fee.

Rule 310-4-.04 Reinstatement

(1) Registrations not renewed in accordance with 310-4-.02 and 310-4-.03 above shall not be subject to renewal, provided, however, that the holder thereof may apply for reinstatement.
(2) An application for reinstatement shall be accompanied by:
(a) A reinstatement fee; and
(b) Evidence, satisfactory to the Board, of completion of continuing education as specified below:
1. Six (6) hours of continuing professional education described in Chapter 310-9 for each year or fraction thereof since the last renewal of the applicant's registration, up to a maximum of 24 continuing education hours.
2. In order to be satisfactory, at least twelve (12) of the hours required for reinstatement must have been completed during the two-year period immediately preceding the date of application for reinstatement.
3. The hours required for reinstatement, which are earned within 24 months prior to expiration of the reinstated certificate of registration, may be counted towards fulfilling the continuing education requirements to biennially renew that certificate of registration.

Rule 310-4-.05 Repealed

Rule 310-4-.06 Repealed

Rule 310-4-.07 Repealed

Rule 310-4-.08 Repealed