Article - Business Occupations and Professions
(a) The State Board shall reinstate the State license of a master electrician who is not on inactive status and who has failed to renew the State license for any reason, if the master electrician:
(1) applies to the State Board for reinstatement within 2 years after the State license expires;
(2) meets the renewal requirements of § 6–310 of this subtitle; and
(3) in addition to the renewal fee required under § 6–310 of this subtitle, pays to the State Board a reinstatement fee set by the State Board.
(b) If a master electrician who has failed to renew the State license for any reason applies for reinstatement more than 2 years after the State license has expired, the State Board shall require the master electrician to pay a reinstatement fee set by the State Board, and comply with the requirements for obtaining a State license under §§ 6–304 and 6–307 of this subtitle and § 6–503 of this title.