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Chapter 339

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  339.045.  Real estate schools — accreditation — registration — fee, how determined. — 1.  An institution or organization desiring to conduct a school or offer a course of instruction to prepare persons to be licensed under this chapter, or to offer post-licensure courses, shall apply to the commission for accreditation, and shall submit evidence that it is prepared to carry out a prescribed minimum curriculum in real estate principles and practices and can meet other standards established by the commission.  An investigation of the school and of the institution or organization with which such school is affiliated shall be made by the executive secretary or other authorized representative of the commission, who shall submit a written report of the investigation to the commission.  If, in the opinion of the commission, the requirements for an accredited school for instruction in real estate principles and practices are met, the commission shall approve the school as an accredited real estate school upon payment of a fee in an amount to be set by the commission.  All schools so accredited shall register at required intervals on a form provided and pay the required registration fee fixed by the commission.

  2.  The commission shall prescribe minimum curricula and standards for accreditation of real estate schools, courses of instruction preparing persons to be licensed under this chapter and courses offered for post-licensure credit.

  3.  From time to time as deemed necessary by the commission it shall be the duty of the commission through its executive secretary or other authorized representative to survey all accredited real estate schools operated in this state.  If the commission determines that any accredited real estate school is not maintaining the standards required by the commission, notices thereof in writing specifying the defect or defects shall be given immediately to the school.  The commission may file a complaint with the administrative hearing commission if a school fails to correct these conditions to the satisfaction of the commission within thirty days, or such longer period as may be authorized in writing by the commission.  The hearing and any subsequent suspension or revocation of accreditation shall be governed by chapter 621.

  4.  No member of the commission, nor any relative within the fourth degree of consanguinity or affinity, nor any member or employee of the commissioner's firm or business entity, shall have any economic interest in, receive remuneration from, or teach or solicit customers for any real estate school or courses of instruction as heretofore described in this chapter.

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(L. 1978 S.B. 811, A.L. 1981 S.B. 16, A.L. 1983 H.B. 100)

Effective 7-01-84


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