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65-4214. Violations; penalties. (a) It is a violation of law for any person, including any corporation, association, partnership to:

(1) Fraudulently obtain, sell, transfer, or furnish any mental health technician diploma, license, renewal of license or record, or aid or abet another therein;

(2) advertise, represent, or hold oneself out in any manner as a mental health technician or to practice as a mental health technician without having a license to so practice issued under the mental health technician's licensure act, except as provided in K.S.A. 65-4212 and amendments thereto;

(3) use in connection with one's name any designation intending to imply that such person is a licensed mental health technician without having such license issued as herein provided;

(4) practice as a mental health technician during the time such person's license is suspended or revoked;

(5) otherwise violate any of the provisions of the mental health technician's licensure act; or

(6) represent that a provider of continuing education is approved for educating mental health technicians, unless the provider of continuing education has been approved by the board and the approval is in full force.

(b) Any person who violates this section is guilty of a class B misdemeanor, except that, upon conviction of a second or subsequent violation of this section, such person is guilty of a class A misdemeanor.

History: L. 1973, ch. 308, § 14; L. 1993, ch. 194, § 6; July 1.


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