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48-3404.Inapplicability of act in certain cases; license expiration, suspension or revocation set aside; default in disciplinary action, motion to set aside. (a) The provisions of K.S.A. 48-3401 through 48-3405 shall not apply to licensees who during the period of military service engage in or practice an occupation or profession in this state outside of the line of duty in the military service.

(b) If the license of any licensee has expired, lapsed or been suspended or revoked prior to the effective date of this act solely because of the failure of such licensee to comply with conditions for renewal while the licensee was in the military service, such expiration, cancellation, suspension or revocation is hereby set aside and canceled.

(c) Any licensee held in default, pursuant to K.S.A. 77-520 and amendments thereto, in any disciplinary action commenced by the licensing agency, may file a written motion before the agency within six months of release from active duty, requesting that such default be set aside. Such motion shall be granted if the agency finds that military service prevented the licensee's appearance or participation in the disciplinary proceeding.

History: L. 1991, ch. 282, § 4; May 2.



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