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Periodic Review and Expiration of Existing Rules

Periodic Review and Expiration of Existing Rules

Important Official Notice:  Re-adoption of Rules following Periodic Review- 2018

Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A, the NCBPTE is complying with the Periodic Rules Review Process and
re-adopting it’s rules.
Rules to be adopted without substantive changes:

Notice of Text
Official Notice for NC Register

Written Comment Period-  October 15-December 14, 2018.  Comments should be directed to:
Debbie Ragan, PT, DPT Deputy Director
NC Board of PT Examiners
8300 Health Park  Suite 233
Raleigh, NC  27615
Email:  dragan@ncptboard.org

Public Hearing- December 5, 2018- 2:00pm
(Siena Hotel, 1505 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill NC 27514)

These rules for readoption are published on the Board’s website as a public service.  However, the official version of the proposed rule is maintained by the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH), and can be reviewed at http://www.ncoah.com/.

 

Important Official Notice:  Final Determination of Existing Rules and Request for Early Review by the Rules Review Commission (RRC)

(Posted January 4, 2018)

Important Official Notice:  Initial Determination of Existing Rules

Written Comment Period- July 31, 2017-October 2, 2017. Comments should be directed to:
Debbie Ragan, PT, DPT, Deputy Director
NC Board of PT Examiners
18 W. Colony Place, Suite 140
Durham, NC  27705
Email:  dragan@ncptboard.org

“Public comment” is defined by G.S. 150B-21.3A(a)(5) as a written objection to all or part of a rule.  Additionally, pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A(c)(2), in order for the Rules Review Commission to determine whether the public comment has merit, the public comment must address the specific substance of the rule and address any of the standards of Commission review, as set forth in G.S. 150B-21.9(a).

This existing rules review initial determination is published on the Board’s website as a public service.  The official version of the existing rules review is maintained by the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH), and can be reviewed at http://www.ncoah.com .

 

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