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49 Pa. Code § 29.74. Falsification of application; failure to become a resident.

§ 29.74. Falsification of application; failure to become a resident.

 The Board will revoke licenses granted under §  29.72 (relating to finding by the Board: equivalent standards for licensure) if it determines that the information required by §  29.71 (relating to application) is false or that the applicant did not become a resident of this Commonwealth immediately after licensure. For purposes of this section, a finding that an applicant has failed to establish residence in this Commonwealth within 6 months of licensure is sufficient proof upon which to base a decision that the applicant violated this section.


   The provisions of this §  29.74 adopted June 8, 1979, effective June 9, 1979, 9 Pa.B. 1804.

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