1. Each certified real estate appraiser shall advise the board of the address of the
appraiser's principal place of business and all other addresses at which the appraiser
is currently engaged in the business of preparing real estate appraisal reports.
2. When a certified real estate appraiser changes the appraiser's principal place
of business, the appraiser shall immediately give written notification of the change
to the board and apply for an amended certificate.
3. Each certified real estate appraiser shall notify the board of the appraiser's
current residence address. Residence addresses on file with the board are exempt from disclosure as public
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