Section: License not transferable, assignable
16. The certification required pursuant to section 15 of P.L.1993, c.288 (C.52:27D-428) shall be for a period not to exceed two years and shall not be transferable. A business firm may apply for recertification during the 90-day period before the certification expiration date, or the 90-day period after the certification expiration date; except that if a business firm applies after the certification expiration date, the firm shall not perform any services for which certification is required until the certification is renewed. If a certification has expired for more than 90 days, the business firm is required to obtain a new certification.
A copy of the certification shall be conspicuously displayed for public review in the business office of a business firm engaged in the business of abating lead-based paint hazards or conducting lead evaluations. Additionally, the certification number shall be displayed on all business vehicles and at all lead abatement or lead evaluation jobs in progress.
A certification or recertification shall not be issued until a certification fee has been paid in full to the department. The commissioner shall establish application and certification fees by regulation pursuant to the "Administrative Procedure Act," P.L.1968, c.410 (C.52:14B-1 et seq.), in an amount sufficient to cover the costs to the department of administering and enforcing the provisions of sections 14 through 24 of P.L.1993, c.288 (C.52:27D-427 through C.52:27D-437).
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