GA - GAC
Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia
Terms and Conditions of Agreement for Access to Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia Website

(Note: certain features of this site have been disabled for the general public to prevent digital piracy. If you are an entitled government entity pursuant the Georgia Administrative Procedures Act, O.C.G.A.§ 50-13-7(d) contact the State of Georgia's Administrative Procedures Division at 678-364-3785 to enable these features for your location.)

To access this website, you must agree to the following:

These terms of use are a contract between you and/or your employer (if any), and Lawriter, LLC.

You agree not to use any web crawler, scraper, or other robot or automated program or device to obtain data from the website.

You agree that you will not sell or license anything that you download, print, or copy from this website.

THIS WEBSITE AND ITS CONTENT ARE PROVIDED "AS IS." THE STATE OF GEORGIA AND LAWRITER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT AND ARE NOT LIABLE TO ANY PERSON FOR ANY ERRORS IN INACCURACIES CONTAINED IN THIS WEBSITE.

By accessing and/or using this website, you agree to the terms and conditions above. If you do not agree to the terms and conditions above, you must cease accessing and/or using this website and destroy all material obtained from this website without your agreement.

If you accept these terms enter the information below and click “I AGREE”.

Subject 40-21-7 RECIPROCITY

Rule 40-21-7-.01 Reciprocity

(1) The Commissioner may waive all or any part of the examination requirements for certification for any person who is currently certified under another State Plan approved under Section 4, FIFRA, provided; that such certification shall be limited to such application activities covered by the applicant's initial certification. Any person requesting such reciprocal certification shall:
(a) Furnish proof of his current certification from the other State providing initial testing and certification.
(b) Demonstrate his knowledge of and agree to comply with the requirements of the Georgia Pesticide Use and Application Act and the regulations adopted thereunder. Such demonstration may be evidenced by an affidavit executed by the applicant to the effect that he has read and is familiar with such legal requirements.
(c) Submit an application, properly executed, and pay all required license fees.
(d) Designate a resident agent or Attorney-in-Fact for the purpose of receiving the service of legal process.
(2) The Commissioner may revoke the license of any certified applicator whose certification or license has been revoked by the State whose certification or licensing was used as a basis for reciprocal licensing in Georgia.