Policies: Board of Licensure for Landscape Architects

Archiving incomplete applications

RCW 18.96.080: Application for licensure and examinations — fees

If a licensing applicant fails to complete the licensing process and his/her records show no activity for 5 consecutive years, the board will consider the application abandoned. No activity includes, but is not limited to:

  • Failure to submit the required documents within 5 consecutive years from the receipt of the most recent information submitted.
  • Failure to provide the board with any written communication during 5 consecutive years indicating the applicant is attempting to complete the licensing process.

If the application is considered abandoned, it may be archived or destroyed, and the applicant will be required to reapply for licensure and comply with the licensing requirements in effect at the time of reapplication.

POL 18.96.080-1 Washington State Board of Licensure for Landscape Architects, 8/9/2012

Designating a presiding officer for adjudicative matters

RCW 18.235.030: Disciplinary Authority — Powers

The Board, in its role to regulate landscape architecture, shall adopt the following pre-established order of succession for appointment of a presiding officer for adjudicative matters:

  1. Board Chair (unless unavailable because he or she is already the appointed reviewing Board member, or is unavailable for other reasons - conflict of interest, out of town etc.). If the Board Chair is unavailable, the role defaults to:
  2. Board Vice Chair (unless unavailable because he or she is already the appointed reviewing Board member, or is unavailable for other reasons - conflict of interest, out of town etc.). If the Board Vice Chair is unavailable, the role defaults to:
  3. Board Secretary

Board staff shall designate a person outside of the program to act as clerk of the court.

POL 18.235.030-1 Washington State Board of Licensure for Landscape Architects, 10/2007

Military training or experience

RCW 18.96.230: Military training or experience

The board will evaluate applicants with military training or experience on a case by case basis to determine if the experience/training meets the licensing requirements.

Washington State Board of Licensure for Landscape Architects, 2/09/2012

Professional development requirements — Waivers and exemptions

Upon audit, staff will review and evaluate the documentation provided by licensees to support any professional development waiver or exemption requests under WAC 308-13-215.

POL 18.96.110-1 Washington State Board of Licensure for Landscape Architects, 8/9/2012

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