Section: Partial unconstitutionality
10. a. The commissioner shall by rule or regulation establish, prescribe or change the fees for licenses, renewals of licenses or other services provided by the commissioner or the board pursuant to the provisions of this act. Licenses shall be issued for a period of five years and may be renewed when the applicant provides proof of re-certification, except that the board may, in order to stagger the expiration dates thereof, provide that those licenses first issued or renewed after the effective date of this act shall expire or become void on the expiration date of the certification.
b. Fees shall be established, prescribed or changed by the commissioner, in consultation with the board, to the extent necessary to defray all proper expenses incurred by the board, and any staff employed to administer this act, except that fees shall not be fixed at a level that will raise amounts in excess of the amount estimated to support the program costs.
c. All fees and any fines imposed by the commissioner shall be paid to the Department of Labor and shall be directly applied toward enforcement and administrative costs.
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