1. The Administrator shall issue a certificate or license, as appropriate, to any
(a) Of good moral character, honesty and integrity;
(b) Who meets the educational requirements and has the experience prescribed in NRS 645C.330 or any regulation adopted pursuant to that section;
(c) Who, except as otherwise provided in NRS 645C.360, has satisfactorily passed a written examination approved by the Commission; and
(d) Who submits all information required to complete an application for a certificate
2. The Administrator may deny an application for a certificate or license to any person
(a) Has been convicted of, or entered a plea of guilty, guilty but mentally ill or
nolo contendere to, forgery, embezzlement, obtaining money under false pretenses,
larceny, extortion, conspiracy to defraud or any crime involving moral turpitude;
(b) Makes a false statement of a material fact on his or her application; or
(c) Has ever had a certificate, license or registration card suspended or revoked
pursuant to this chapter, or a certificate, license or permit to act as an appraiser
suspended or revoked in any other jurisdiction.
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