House Bill 4 from the 2019 Regular Session of the General Assembly is scheduled to become effective June 27, 2019. It establishes a new expiration date of March 1, 2020 for regulations with a last effective date on or before March 1, 2013. To keep a regulation from expiring, certification letters are due no later than
Friday, February 28, 2020.
NOTICE: Regulations filed
AFTER noon on July 15, 2019, will be affected by the new KRS Chapter 13A process established by HB 4.
- This data is provided for informational purposes only.
It is the agency's responsibility to either complete the amendment process or file a certification letter prior to a regulation's expiration. If a discrepancy with a last effective date exists, please notify RegsCompiler@lrc.ky.gov. The Regulations Office will answer these types of inquiries as workload permits. If a date is in question, it is still the agency's responsibility to file a certification letter prior to the expiration. If in doubt, to help avoid expiration use the earliest date.
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- The certification letter template is available in two different formats: PDF and MS Word.
- The letter must be on letterhead and may be filed with the Regulations Compiler either in hard copy format.
- Because a letter is needed for every file and due to space limitations in the Compiler's office, a separate letter is needed for each administrative regulation. Please try to keep each letter to a single page.