§ 1422.14  TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT.
   Registrations are not transferable, but the registration of any member, officer or supervisory employee of a firm or corporation shall be sufficient to qualify the firm or corporation to engage in the business or trade for which registration application has been made. Should the holder of the registration, through which a firm or corporation engages in the business or trade, terminate his or her relationship with such firm or corporation, such firm or corporation may continue in the business or trade for which the registration was issued; provided that, within 60 days from the date of the termination of employment, some other member, officer or supervisory employee of the firm or corporation obtains a registration to continue in the business. During the 60 days interim period, such firm or corporation may continue in the business or trade for which the registration was issued, provided it has in its employ, in a supervisory capacity, a person whose qualifications are acceptable to the appropriate Inspector in the Division of Building Inspection for that trade or business.
(Prior Code, § 1422.17)  (Ord. 51-1990, passed 2-26-1990; Ord. 10-2002, passed 1-28-2002)