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Tennessee PT Inactive and Retired Status
A person who holds an active license may apply for retired status in the following manner:
License holders whose licenses have been retired may reactivate their licenses in the following manner:
Licensure reactivation applications shall be treated as licensure applications and review and decisions.
Any person licensed by the board may place their license on inactive status by filing the proper forms with the board and by paying a biennial fee in accordance with rules. If such person thereafter reengages in active practice in this state, such person shall apply for relicensure with the board as provided by this part and shall meet such continuing education requirements as are established by the board, except for good and sufficient reasons as determined by the board.
Tenn. Code Ann. § 63-13-308
Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1150-01-.11