Nebraska Revised Statute 81-2118

Chapter 81 Section 2118

81-2118.

Licenses and registrations; expiration; fees.

All licenses or registrations issued under the State Electrical Act shall expire on December 31 of each even-numbered year. All license or registration applications shall include the applicant's social security number. The board shall establish the fees to be payable for examination, issuance, and renewal in amounts not to exceed:

(1) For examination:

(a) Electrical contractor, one hundred twenty-five dollars;

(b) Journeyman electrician, sixty dollars;

(c) Residential journeyman electrician, sixty dollars; and

(d) Fire alarm installer, sixty dollars;

(2) For each year of the two-year license period for issuance and renewal:

(a) Electrical contractor, one hundred twenty-five dollars; and

(b) Journeyman electrician, residential journeyman electrician, fire alarm installer, or special electrician, twenty-five dollars;

(3) For each year of the two-year registration period for issuance and renewal as an apprentice electrician, twenty dollars; and

(4) For renewal on or after September 9, 1993, of the following licenses issued prior to such date for each year of the two-year license period:

(a) Class B electrical contractor, one hundred twenty-five dollars;

(b) Class A master electrician, one hundred twenty-five dollars;

(c) Class B master electrician, one hundred twenty-five dollars; and

(d) Class B journeyman electrician, installer, or special electrician, twenty-five dollars.

The holder of an expired license or registration may renew the license or registration for a period of three months from the date of expiration upon payment of the license or registration fee plus ten percent of the renewal fee for each month or portion thereof past the expiration date. All holders of licenses or registrations expired for more than three months shall apply for a new license or registration.

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