LICENSURE OF A FUNERAL DIRECTOR FROM ANOTHER STATE
§ 13.77. Limited license.
(a) A person licensed by a reciprocal state to practice the profession of funeral director who seeks a limited license shall apply to the Board on a form provided by the Board, including:
(i) An original certification from the reciprocal state that the applicant is licensed as a funeral director in that jurisdiction and is in good standing.
(ii) The fee prescribed by § 13.12 (relating to fees).
(b) A limited license shall be subject to biennial renewal.
(c) A limited license shall become inactive upon the revocation, suspension, placement upon inactive status, or other lapse of the holders license in the reciprocal state. Unless a limited license is otherwise suspended or revoked, the Board may reinstate the limited license to active status upon proof that the holders license in the reciprocal state is no longer revoked, suspended, placed on inactive status, or otherwise lapsed.
(d) The Board may take disciplinary action against the holder of a limited license for any unprofessional conduct that occurs within this Commonwealth. The Board will report to the reciprocal state any disciplinary action taken against the holder of a limited license.
The provisions of this § 13.77 issued under sections 9(a) and 16(a) of the Funeral Director Law (63 P. S. § § 479.9(c) and 479.16(a)).
The provisions of this § 13.77 adopted March 11, 2005, effective March 12, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 1667.
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