(a) Seven years after the license or registration status change occurs.
(b) The licensee, registrant, or qualifying officer, director, owner, or manager of a
licensee or registrant is in full compliance with all final orders issued against the licensee,
registrant, or qualifying officer, director, owner, or manager of a licensee or registrant.
History: 2006 AACS; 2021 MR 9, Eff. May 3, 2021.
R 339.1707 Rescinded.
History: 1990 AACS; 1997 AACS.
R 339.1708 Disciplinary action; unlicensed or unregistered person.
Rule 708. (1) A person who violates the code is subject to disciplinary action and
sanctions based upon that conduct under the code without regard to whether he or she
becomes licensed or registered or whether the department knew of the violation at the
time that the license or registration was issued.
(2) A person considered unlicensed or unregistered under section 601(3) of the
code, MCL 339.601, or whose license or registration has been suspended, revoked, or
surrendered shall not engage in the practice of any profession requiring licensure or
registration under the code.
(3) A person who becomes unlicensed or unregistered remains subject to
disciplinary action for violating the code, a rule promulgated under the code, or a final
order issued under the code until the later of 1 of the following occurs:
(a) Seven years after a change in license or registration status change occurs.
(b) The licensee or registrant is in full compliance with all final orders issued
against the licensee or registrant.
History: 2021 MR 9, Eff. May 3, 2021.
R 339.1709 Rescinded.
History: 1990 AACS; 2015 AACS.
R 339.1710 Service of formal complaints and orders.
Rule 710. (1) The department may serve a formal complaint, summary suspension
order, cease and desist order, or final order on a respondent by personal service, first class
United State mail, or certified mail, return receipt requested, to the most current address
of record on file with the department.
(2) If service is made by mail, it is deemed received 3 business days after the date
of mailing, unless otherwise indicated by the returned certified mail receipt.
(3) Non-delivery does not affect the validity of service if it was caused by the
respondent’s refusal to take delivery.