|(a) Notice to applicant. Within 30 days from receipt
of an application for a certificate or approval issued pursuant to
the Government Code, Chapter 419, the agency shall determine a filing
to be complete or deficient and issue written notice in accordance
with §401.123 of this title (relating to Notice of Deficiency)
to the applicant regarding the status of the application.
(1) Complete application.
(A) The written notice for a complete application shall
state that the application is complete and accepted for filing and
shall advise the applicant of the time period in which the agency
must deny or approve the application unless such information has previously
been provided to the applicant.
(B) For purposes of this section, an application is
complete upon agency determination that it is in compliance with the
content and form prescribed by the agency.
(2) Deficient application.
(A) The written notice for a deficient application
shall state that the application is not complete, set out the specific
additional information that is required for completion, and advise
the applicant that the agency may disapprove an application that is
not complete. After one written notice of deficiency has been issued,
another is not required for an application resubmitted in whole or
in part with deficiencies.
(B) In addition to notice issued under subparagraph
(A) of this paragraph, the agency may notify the applicant, in any
manner, of deficiencies in the application.
(b) Processing of application. Within 60 days after
receipt of a complete application, the agency shall:
(1) issue the certificate on payment of the appropriate
fees and successful completion of all required examinations; or
(2) deny the certificate.