20:14:03:01. Application for credential. An individual who desires to engage in real estate appraisals under this article shall apply in writing for a credential on a form provided by the secretary. An application is only valid for 90 days. The secretary may extend the time for an application upon the written request of the applicant or to allow the applicant to comply with the department's request for information, records, or reports. The application fee prescribed in § 20:14:10:01 shall accompany the application form. The application form shall contain the following:
(2) Driver's license number;
(3) Social security number;
(4) Home and business addresses;
(5) Home and business telephone numbers;
(6) Business name where employed;
(7) Educational experience;
(8) Appraisal experience;
(9) An affidavit by the applicant signed before a notary public; and
(10) Email address, if available.
Source: 18 SDR 36, effective August 25, 1991; 24 SDR 91, effective January 8, 1998; 26 SDR 120, effective March 27, 2000; 40 SDR 121, effective January 7, 2014; 44 SDR 27, effective August 14, 2017.
General Authority: SDCL 36-21B-3(4).
Law Implemented: SDCL 36-21B-1, 36-21B-3(1)(4).
Note: The secretary shall collect the registry fee pursuant to 12 U.S.C. § 3338(a) with the application for certification or licensure.
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