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Georgia State Code
Title      43
Chapter       9  
Section Navigation        1 ... 7.2         8 ... 15    
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Title 43, Chapter 9, Section 7.1 (43-9-7.1)

The board may, at its discretion, issue a temporary license without examination to an applicant who is a holder of a valid license in good standing in another state which was obtained by examination. Such a temporary license shall be issued under the following provisions:

(1) The temporary license shall be valid for a maximum of 12 months from the date of issuance but shall automatically expire within the 12 month period when the temporary license holder:

(A) Is granted a regular license; or

(B) Does not take and pass the next available examination following the grant of such temporary license, in which event the license expires upon the notification of the results of that examination; and

(2) The practice of chiropractic pursuant to the temporary license shall only be performed under the supervision and direction of a board approved licensed doctor of chiropractic. The holder of a temporary license shall be subject to all of the laws and rules of this state pertaining to the practice of chiropractic. The granting of a temporary license shall not be prima-facie evidence that the holder meets minimum basic requirements for examination by the board or for the issuance of a regular license.

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