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49 Pa. Code § 29.72. Finding by the Board: equivalent standards for licensure.

§ 29.72. Finding by the Board: equivalent standards for licensure.

 Upon a finding by the Board that the applicant was originally licensed in a state or territory of the United States which has standards for licensure that are substantially equivalent to that of the Commonwealth and which extends similar privileges to podiatrists licensed originally by the Commonwealth, the applicant shall be granted a license to practice podiatry in this Commonwealth.


   The provisions of this §  29.72 adopted June 8, 1979, effective June 9, 1979, 9 Pa.B. 1804.

Cross References

   This section cited in 49 Pa. Code §  29.73 (relating to residency required); and 49 Pa. Code §  29.74 (relating to falsification of application; failure to become a resident).

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