North Carolina Statutes

Chapter 90C North Carolina Recreational Therapy Licensure Act

  • § 90C-1 through 90C-19   Repealed by Session Laws 2005-378, s. 1, effective October 5, 2005
  • § 90C-20   Short title
    This Chapter shall be known as the "North Carolina Recreational Therapy Licensure Act". (2005‑378, s. 2.)
  • § 90C-21   Purpose
    It is the purpose and intent of the Recreational Therapy Licensure Act to safeguard the health and safety of the public and to protect the...
  • § 90C-22   Definitions
    In this Chapter, unless the context otherwise requires, the following definitions shall apply: (1) Board. The North Carolina Board of Recreational Therapy Licensure. (2) Licensed...
  • § 90C-23   North Carolina Recreational Therapy Licensure Board is created
    (a) The North Carolina Recreational Therapy Licensure Board is created. (b) Composition. The Board shall consist of eight members appointed as follows: (1) Three practicing...
  • § 90C-24   Powers of the Board
    (a) The Board shall have the following general powers and duties: (1) To administer this Chapter. (2) To issue interpretations of this Chapter. (3) To...
  • § 90C-25   Executive Director
    The Executive Director shall deposit all fees payable to the Board in financial institutions designated by the Board as official depositories. The funds shall be...
  • § 90C-26   The Board may accept contributions, etc
    The Board may accept grants, contributions, devises, bequests, and gifts that shall be kept in a separate fund and shall be used by it to...
  • § 90C-27   Requirements for licensure
    (a) The Board shall license any person as a "Licensed Recreational Therapist" who meets the following education, credential, and experience requirements: (1) Passage of an...
  • § 90C-28   Licensure fees
    Applications for licensure shall be made on forms prescribed and furnished by the Board. The Board may establish fees for the actual cost of duplication...
  • § 90C-29   License renewal
    Every license issued pursuant to this Chapter shall be renewable every two years. Within 30 days before the expiration date, a person who desires to...
  • § 90C-30   Reinstatement
    A person who has allowed his or her license to lapse by failure to renew it pursuant to this Chapter must apply for licensure on...
  • § 90C-31   Inactive list
    When a person licensed by the Board submits a request for inactive status and pays the inactive fee, the Board shall issue to the person...
  • § 90C-32   Revocation, suspension, or denial of licensure
    The Board may require remedial education, issue of a letter of reprimand, restrict, revoke, or suspend any license issued pursuant to this Chapter or deny...
  • § 90C-33   Reciprocity
    The Board may grant a license, without examination or by special examination, to any person who, at the time of application, is licensed as a...
  • § 90C-34   Persons and practices not affected
    Nothing in this Chapter shall be construed to prevent or restrict: (1) Any person qualified, registered, certified, or licensed to engage in another profession or...
  • § 90C-35   Reports; immunity from suit
    Any person who has reasonable cause to suspect malpractice, misconduct, or incapacity of a person who is licensed pursuant to this Chapter or who has...
  • § 90C-36   Violations and penalties
    Any person not licensed under this Chapter who holds himself or herself out to be licensed under this Chapter or who practices recreational therapy or...
  • § 90C-37   Enjoining illegal practices
    (a) If the Board finds that a person is violating any of the provisions of this Chapter, it may apply in its own name to...