ADMINISTRATION OF THE GOVERNMENT (Chapters 1 through 182)
REGISTRATION OF CERTAIN PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
Fee; purposes; advance payments
Section 87ZZ. Fees, as determined annually by the commissioner of administration under the provision of section three B of chapter seven, shall be paid by individuals in advance for the following:—
(a) Examination for a broker’s license or a salesman’s license; provided however that a veteran holding an honorable discharge or a blind person shall not be required to pay any examination fee; and provided, further, in the event the examination is conducted by an independent testing service designated by the board under the authority of section eighty-seven SS, in addition to the above fee, each individual shall pay to the testing service a fee, approved by the board, covering the actual cost of giving the examination.
(b) Issuance and renewal of a broker’s license; provided, however, that a blind person or a veteran suffering from paraplegia, as defined in section six B of chapter one hundred and fifteen, shall not be required to pay such fee.
(c) Issuance and renewal of a salesman’s license; provided, however, that a blind person or a veteran suffering from paraplegia, as defined in section six B of chapter one hundred and fifteen, shall not be required to pay such fee.
(d) The applicable fee for the issuance of a license shall be adjusted by the board on the basis of each month during which the license originally issued would be valid unless revoked or suspended and, for this purpose, any part of a month shall be considered as a full month.