Hawaii Administrative Rules
Title 16 - DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS
Chapter 114 - REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS
Subchapter 6 - PROCESSING APPLICATIONS
Section 16-114-39 - Criminal conviction

Universal Citation: HI Admin Rules 16-114-39

Current through February, 2024

When an applicant has been convicted of a crime related to the appraisal profession and it is determined that the conviction may be considered under section 831-3.1, HRS, the director or the director's authorized delegate may request the following documents from the applicant:

(1) Copies of any court records, orders, or other documents that state the facts and statutes upon which the applicant was convicted, the verdict of the court with regard to that conviction, the sentence imposed, and the actual terms of the sentence; and

(2) Affidavits from any parole officer, employer, or other persons who can attest to a firm belief that the applicant has been sufficiently rehabilitated to warrant the public trust.

The amended version of this section by Hawaii Administrative Rules Listing of Filings, 2016-01, November, eff. 11/27/2016 is not yet available.

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