South Carolina Code of Regulations
Chapter 137 - DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING AND REGULATION-- SOUTH CAROLINA REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS BOARD
137-300.02 - Responsibilities of a Supervising Appraiser.
137-300.02. Responsibilities of a Supervising Appraiser.
(A) With respect to an apprentice appraiser employed or retained by or associated with a state certified appraiser:
(1) A state certified appraiser having direct supervisory authority over the apprentice appraiser shall make reasonable efforts to ensure that the apprentice's conduct is compatible with the professional standards of the supervising appraiser.
(2) A supervising appraiser shall be responsible for conduct of an apprentice appraiser that would be a violation of the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice if:
(a) the supervising appraiser orders or, with the knowledge of the specific conduct, ratifies the conduct involved; or
(b) the supervising appraiser has direct supervisory authority over the apprentice, and knows of the conduct at a time when its consequences can be avoided or mitigated but fails to take reasonable remedial action.
(B) A supervising appraiser of an apprentice appraiser shall also:
(1) The supervisor and apprentice are required to complete a course that is oriented toward the requirements and responsibilities of supervisory appraisers and expectations for trainee appraisers prior to obtaining an apprentice credential.
(2) Acknowledge in the appraisal certification the professional contribution of the apprentice in accordance with the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice; and
(3) Provide the apprentice with a copy or allow access of any final appraisal document in which the apprentice participated.
(4) Jointly maintain with the apprentice appraiser an experience log as established in Section 137-300.01(A)(3).
(5) Must be certified for a minimum of three years prior to being eligible to become a supervisory appraiser.
(6) Be in good standing with the Board and not subject to any disciplinary action in any jurisdiction within the last three years that affects the supervisor's legal eligibility to engage in the practice of appraising. A supervisory appraiser subject to a disciplinary action would be considered to be in "good standing" three (3) years after the successful completion/termination of the sanction imposed against the appraiser.
HISTORY: Added by State Register Volume 19, Issue No. 6, eff June 23, 1995. Amended by State Register Volume 32, Issue No. 2, eff February 22, 2008; State Register Volume 38, Issue No. 6, Doc. No. 4426, eff June 27, 2014; State Register Volume 40, Issue No. 5, Doc. No. 4589, eff May 27, 2016; SCSR42-5 Doc. No. 4766, eff May 25, 2018.