- • fee
- • late fee
- • failure to renew
- • rules
- • inactive status
(1) Each registrant who desires to continue as a landscape architect or landscape architect in training in this state shall annually pay to the State Landscape Architect Board, on or before the renewal date set by the board by rule, the fee for renewal of registration required under ORS 671.365 (Fees) (5). Upon payment the board administrator shall issue to the registrant a certificate of renewal of registration for a period of one year.
(2) If a registrant fails to have a certificate renewed on or before the renewal date set by the board by rule, the registrant shall be deemed delinquent. However, the registrant may renew the certificate:
(a) Without a late fee if the registrant pays the renewal fee not later than 30 days after the renewal date; or
(b) With a late fee in the amount prescribed by the board by rule, if the registrant pays the renewal fee and late fee later than 30 days, but not later than 60 days, after the renewal date.
(3) A person who fails to pay the renewal fee and, if applicable, the late fee for a period of 60 days after the renewal date may renew the registration only upon passing examinations required by the board and by paying any required examination fees, renewal fees and late fees.
(4) The board may grant inactive status to any registered landscape architect who gives up the practice of landscape architecture as defined in ORS 671.310 (Definitions for ORS 671.310 to 671.459) and while in good standing makes a request in writing to the board. The inactive landscape architect may resume practice within five years after approval of the request upon payment of the annual fee for the renewal of registration for the current year, without a late fee. If the inactive landscape architect fails to renew the registration within five years, the registration shall be deemed lapsed. The inactive landscape architect may renew the registration only upon passing examinations required by the board and by paying any required examination fees, renewal fees and late fees. [1995 c.189 §8 (enacted in lieu of 671.375); 2001 c.950 §14; 2005 c.25 §1]
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