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  339.525.  Renewals, procedure — renewal of an expired certificate or license, when, fee — inactive status granted, when. — 1.  To obtain a renewal certificate or license, a state certified real estate appraiser or state licensed real estate appraiser shall make application and pay the prescribed fee to the commission not earlier than one hundred twenty days nor later than thirty days prior to the expiration date of the certificate or license then held.  With the application for renewal, the state certified real estate appraiser or state licensed real estate appraiser shall present evidence in the form prescribed by the commission of having completed the continuing education requirements for renewal specified in section 339.530.

  2.  If a person is otherwise eligible to renew the person's certification or license, the person may renew an expired certification or license within two years from the date of expiration.  To renew such expired certification or license, the person shall submit an application for renewal, pay the renewal fee, pay a delinquent renewal fee as established by the commission, and present evidence in the form prescribed by the commission of having completed the continuing education requirements for renewal specified in section 339.530.  Upon a finding of extenuating circumstances, the commission may waive the payment of the delinquent fee.

  3.  If a person has failed to renew the person's license within two years of its expiration, the license shall be void.

  4.  The commission is authorized to issue an inactive certificate or license to a state-certified real estate appraiser or a state-licensed real estate appraiser who makes written application for such on a form provided by the commission and remits the fee for an inactive certificate or license established by the commission.  An inactive certificate or license may be issued only to a person who has previously been issued a certificate or license to practice as a real estate appraiser in this state, who is no longer regularly engaged in such practice, and who does not hold himself or herself out to the public as being professionally engaged in such practice in this state.  Each inactive certificate or license shall be subject to all provisions of this chapter, except as otherwise specifically provided.  Each inactive certificate or license may be renewed by the commission subject to all provisions of this section and all other provisions of this chapter.  An inactive licensee may apply for a certificate or license to regularly engage in the practice of real estate appraising upon filing a written application on a form provided by the commission, submitting the reactivation fee established by the commission and submitting satisfactory proof of current competency as established by the commission.

  5.  To obtain a renewal license, an appraisal management company shall make application on a form prescribed by the commission and pay the prescribed fee.

  6.  To obtain a renewal license, a state-licensed appraiser trainee, state-certified residential appraiser trainee, or state-certified general appraiser trainee shall request an extension in writing at least thirty days prior to the expiration date as required by rule.

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(L. 1990 H.B. 1456 § 14, A.L. 1997 S.B. 141, A.L. 2007 S.B. 272, A.L. 2012 H.B. 1103)


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