Except as provided in Chapter 86A of the General Statutes, the Board:

(1)           shall find fraudulent misrepresentation in the following examples:

(a)           An individual or entity operates or attempts to operate a barber shop or barber school without a permit;

(b)           An individual or entity advertises barbering services unless the establishment and personnel employed therein are licensed or permitted;

(c)           An individual or entity uses or displays a barber pole only if the use of the barber pole is for the purpose of offering barber services to the public without a barber shop or barber school permit. This Rule does not prohibit use of a barber pole for purposes other than offering services that require a certificate of registration, license, or permit under G.S. 86A; and

(d)           An individual or entity fails to produce a license or permit as defined by 21 NCAC 06P .0103(7) upon the request of the Board's Executive Director or a Board inspector during an inspection;

(2)           will determine whether grounds for denial or discipline exist when:

(a)           An individual violates a settlement agreement entered into with the Board;

(b)           An individual or entity violates G.S. 86A or any rule adopted by the Board for barbers, barber shops or barber schools; or

(c)           An individual fails to disclose a felony criminal conviction in dealing with the Board.


History Note:        Authority G.S. 86A-1; 86A-2; 86A-5(a); 86A-10; 86A-11; 86A-13; 86A-15; 86A-16; 86A-17; 86A- 18; 86A-20; 86A-22; 86A-23; 86A-24;

Eff. June 1, 2008;

Amended Eff. September 1, 2013;

Readopted Eff. October 1, 2016.

Temporary Amendment Eff. May 2, 2023;

Temporary Amendment Exp. Eff. February 9, 2024.