(1) An application for the renewal of a practising licence under this subpart—
(a) must not be made earlier than 3 months before the licence's date of expiry; and
(b) must be sent or delivered to either—
(i) the Registrar; or
(ii) the Plumbers, Gasfitters, and Drainlayers Board if the application is to be considered by that Board under section 114; and
(c) must be in the prescribed form or, if there is no prescribed form, in the form required by the Board; and
(d) must contain, or be accompanied by, the information and documentation required by the Board; and
(e) must be accompanied by the prescribed fee (if any).
(2) The Registrar must refer any application received by the Registrar under this section to the Board for consideration under section 106.
(3) If an application for the renewal of a practising licence is made before the licence's date of expiry but the licence has not been renewed before that date, the licence continues in force until the application is determined.
Section 105: substituted, on 1 April 2010, by section 13 of the Electricity Amendment Act 2006 (2006 No 70).