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Old 11-20-2013, 01:39 PM
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Default Going From Licensed To Unlicensed

What is the procedure for relinquishing your license in your state?

My license is in good standing but I have decided (for a couple of reasons) that I do not want to be licensed anymore. Since I couldn't find a formal procedure for this process on our state website, I am just going send a letter to my inspector indicating my intentions.

Is it likely that my request will trigger a surprise inspection even though I am not due for one?

Also, I am wondering if my letter states "effective immediately" will that be the true effective date or will I technically still be licensed until they send me a confirmation in writing?

Any thoughts are appreciated.
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