South Carolina Code of Regulations
137-400.01 - Temporary Practice.

Universal Citation: SC Code Regs 137-400.01

137-400.01. Temporary Practice.

(A) The Board shall grant a temporary permit to practice as a state licensed, state certified residential, or state certified general appraiser to persons who are licensed or certified to perform appraisals in another state. A person desiring a temporary practice permit must file an application as prescribed by the Board.

(B) The temporary practice permit shall be effective for one specific appraisal assignment. The application for temporary practice must state the specific appraisal assignment to which it will apply.

(C) If the appraisal assignment is not completed within six (6) months from the date of the permit, the Board may request that the appraiser show cause why the assignment is not complete. The Board may grant a six (6) month extension upon request of the appraiser and prior to the expiration of the current permit.

(D) A temporary practice permit issued by the Board must bear a number assigned by the Board. When signing an appraisal report while practicing under a temporary practice permit in this State, the holder thereof shall place the following notation: "Practicing in the State of South Carolina under Temporary Practice Permit No.". The notation must be used in all statements of qualification, contracts, or other instruments used by the appraiser when reference is made to his authority to perform appraisal activity in this State.

HISTORY: Added by State Register Volume 19, Issue No. 6, eff June 23, 1995. Amended by State Register Volume 38, Issue No. 6, Doc. No. 4426, eff June 27, 2014; SCSR42-5 Doc. No. 4766, eff May 25, 2018.

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