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1. The board, or the board's designated representative, shall:
a. Define apprentice appraiser, licensed appraiser, certified residential appraiser, and certified general appraiser; determine the type of educational experience, appraisal experience, and equivalent experience that meet the requirements of this chapter; establish application procedures; and establish standards for approval and disapproval of applications for permits.
b. Establish examination specifications for each category of licensed and certified appraiser and administer examinations.
c. Approve or disapprove applications for permits, issue pocket cards and permits to practice, and maintain a registry of the names and addresses of individuals holding permits.
d. Discipline permittees.
e. Hold meetings, hearings, and examinations in places and at times as the board designates and maintain records of board activities.
f. Adopt rules, pursuant to chapter 28-32, necessary to implement this chapter or carry out the requirements imposed by federal law.
g. Adopt rules that clearly and concisely establish the standards for approval and disapproval of applications for permits. The rules must include a requirement that an application disapproval clearly specify the basis for the disapproval.
h. Keep permittees informed of board activities, including providing notification of board member terms and any upcoming board vacancy; internet posting of meeting notices and minutes; and internet posting of proposed and final rule changes.
2. The board, or the board's designated representative, may:
a. Promote research and conduct studies relative to real estate appraising and sponsor educational activities.
b. Contract for services necessary to carry out this chapter.
3. The board, or the board's authorized representative, may investigate and gather evidence concerning alleged violations of the provisions of chapter 43-23.3 or the rules of the board. Board investigative files are exempt records as defined in subsection 5 of section 44-04-17.1, but a copy of the investigative file must be provided to a licensee if a complaint is filed against the licensee by the board.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - North Dakota Century Code Title 43. Occupations and Professions § 43-23.3-03. Powers and duties of the board - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/nd/title-43-occupations-and-professions/nd-cent-code-sect-43-23-3-03/
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