A. In order for a revoked license to be reinstated, the individual whose license was revoked shall petition the Board for reinstatement.
B. An individual who petitions the Board for reinstatement following the revocation of his or her license may petition for reinstatement only pursuant to the terms of the Board’s order revoking the license. The Board may set conditions precedent and a time period for petitioning for reinstatement or may permanently revoke.
C. If the Board’s order revoking the license does not contain a time period for petitioning for reinstatement, the individual may petition for reinstatement after 3 years from revocation.
D. A petitioner for reinstatement shall comply with all reasonable requests for information by the Board.
E. The decision of the Board on whether to grant to deny the petition for reinstatement is a discretionary decision by the Board.
F. If the Board denies a petition for reinstatement, the Board may set conditions precedent and a time period for further petitions for reinstatement.
G. If the Board grants reinstatement, the Board may impose probationary conditions and restrictions along with the reinstatement.