|Act 27 of 1946 (1st Ex. Sess.)
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LICENSEE QUALIFICATIONS; WAR INTERRUPTION
Act 27 of 1946 (1st Ex. Sess.)
AN ACT to protect the work and study performed by applicants for license or qualification for any of the trades, occupations or professions before being inducted into the armed forces; to prevent service in the armed forces being considered as a disqualifying interruption of or delay in commencement of any required period of practical experience, apprenticeship, study or training; and to permit boards of examiners and similar boards to equitably evaluate and give credit for training and experience in the armed forces.
History: 1946, 1st Ex. Sess., Act 27, Imd. Eff. Feb. 26, 1946
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The People of the State of Michigan enact:
|Section 35.581||Section||License or qualification for trade, occupation, or profession; service in armed forces not deemed disqualifying interruption; accepting periods of training and practical experience in armed forces; time limitation; "veteran" defined.
|Section 35.582||Section||Intent and interpretation of act.