Rule 20:14:05:02 Examination.
An applicant for a state-licensed, state-certified residential, or
state-certified general appraiser credential must have completed the education
and experience requirements prescribed in this chapter prior to approval to sit
for an Appraiser Qualifications Board Approved Appraiser National Uniform
Examination. An applicant for a state-registered appraiser credential shall have successfully
completed the education prescribed in § 20:14:05:06.01 prior to approval
to sit for an examination prescribed by the secretary.
An applicant for a
state-certified general, state-certified residential, or state-licensed
approved to take the National Uniform Appraiser Examination may take the
examination no more than four times. If an applicant does not pass the
examination on the fourth attempt the application is no longer valid. The
applicant may file a new application after a period of six months from the date of
the fourth failed exam.
Source: 18 SDR 36,
effective August 25, 1991; 23 SDR 113, effective January 12, 1997; 32 SDR 109,
effective December 27, 2005; 38 SDR 116, effective January 10, 2012; 38 SDR
214, effective June 21, 2012; 44 SDR 27, effective August 14, 2017.
General Authority: SDCL 36-21B-3.
Law Implemented: SDCL 36-21B-3(5), 36-21B-4(3).
appraiser education, §§ 20:14:05:08 and 20:14:05:08.01.
appraiser experience, § 20:14:05:04.
appraiser education, §§ 20:14:05:07.02 and 20:14:05:07.03.
appraiser experience, § 20:14:05:03.01.
education, §§ 20:14:05:07 and 20:14:05:07.01.
experience, § 20:14:05:03.
education, § 20:14:05:06.01.
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