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Chapter 410-7 UNLICENSED PRACTICE

Rule 410-7-.01 Unlicensed Practice

An applicant for licensure who has practiced as a licensed practical nurse or registered professional nurse in the State of Georgia while not holding an active license issued by the Board shall be subject to disciplinary action by the Board which may include:

(a) A private or public reprimand;
(b) A fine of $50.00 per month for up to six months of unlicensed practice;
(c) A fine of $75.00 per month for each additional month up to one year;
(d) A fine amount determined at the Board's discretion for unlicensed practice greater than one year.

Rule 410-7-.02 Repealed