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     36-21A-89.   Promulgation of rules for administration and enforcement of this chapter. The commission may promulgate rules pursuant to chapter 1-26 relating to the administration and enforcement of the provisions of this chapter in the following areas:
             (1)      Procedures for conducting the commission's business;
             (2)      Procedures and qualifications for application, minimum requirements for examination, procedures for the examination and the administration of the examination, the required score for passing the examination, and procedures for replacement of a license;
             (3)      Requirements for dividing a commission with a broker in another state, requirements for application for licensure by reciprocity and the practice of a nonresident licensee in the state;
             (4)      Procedures for application to provide classroom instruction or correspondence work for prelicensing education, qualifications of the instructors and facilities, and procedures for approving classroom instruction and correspondence work and for withdrawing the approval;
             (5)      Procedures for disciplinary proceedings, including requirements for filing a complaint, dismissal of a complaint, informal and formal resolution of a complaint, formal complaint and answer requirements, final action and review, disqualification of a commission member from a hearing and authorization for per diem and mileage;
             (6)      Procedures for declaratory rulings, petitions for rules and contested cases;
             (7)      Requirements for a real estate auction and the requirements, duties and responsibilities of an auctioneer;
             (8)      Requirements for mortgage brokers, including areas such as trust accounts, record-keeping, written contracts, full disclosure and restrictions on chargeable costs and expenses;
             (9)      Requirements for continuing education including procedures for granting a certificate of accreditation; notification of a material change in an approved course offering; suspension, revocation and denial of course approval; notice to students regarding the course and opportunity for comment; auditing; certificates of attendance; preregistration and limits on correspondence courses; and
             (10)      Requirements for property managers, including areas such as trust accounts, auditing, contracts, disclosure, disciplinary matters, financial obligations and records, and property management accounting.

Source: SL 1992, ch 273, § 89; SL 1993, ch 292; SL 2012, ch 252, § 1.

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