The requirements of subparts 3 to 6 must be met by a salon licensee in order to renew a license.
All licenses expire on the last day of the month of initial licensure of the year due and the salon owner and designated licensed salon manager (DLSM) are responsible for renewing the salon's license. Not receiving a notice of renewal from the board does not constitute a valid excuse for not renewing the license.
The salon must provide the name, current address, and telephone number of the salon owner on the renewal application.
The salon renewal application must identify the current DLSM by name, license number, and license expiration date.
The salon must verify that professional liability insurance and workers' compensation insurance policies as required under part 2105.0310 are current and active, including liability policies for practitioners leasing space in the salon.
The board must return incomplete renewal applications to the applicant with notice of the items that are incomplete. Late fees required by Minnesota Statutes, section 155A.25, apply if the resubmitted application is received after the expiration date of the license.
When a renewed salon license has not been issued by the expiration date, the salon is considered delinquent and is subject to inspection penalties in part 2105.0120 and disciplinary action in Minnesota Statutes, section 155A.33, and must cease operations and not resume operations until a salon license has been issued.
If a completed renewal application is not received by the board within six months of the license expiration date, the salon is not eligible to renew the license. The salon must apply for a new salon license, meeting all current requirements for salon licensure under part 2105.0310. The salon may not operate until a new license has been issued.
10 SR 474; 11 SR 389; 13 SR 1056; L 1993 c 204 s 28; 22 SR 594; L 2005 c 27 s 9; L 2009 c 78 art 6 s 26; 35 SR 801; 38 SR 778; 41 SR 305
September 13, 2016