North Dakota Century Code Title 43. Occupations and Professions § 43-23.5-15. Retention of records
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1. Each appraisal management company seeking to be registered or to renew an existing registration in this state shall certify to the board on a form prescribed by the board that the company maintains a detailed record of each service request that the company receives for appraisal of real property located in this state.
2. An appraisal management company registered in this state shall retain for five years all records required to be maintained under this chapter as described in rules. This five-year period shall commence on the date of the final action by the appraisal management company for each individual transaction or, if the appraisal management company is notified that the transaction is involved in litigation, the five-year period shall commence on the date the litigation is finally disposed.
3. All records required to be maintained by the registered appraisal management company may be made available for inspection and copying by the board on reasonable notice to the appraisal management company.
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