South Carolina Code of Regulations
Chapter 137 - DEPARTMENT OF LABOR, LICENSING AND REGULATION-- SOUTH CAROLINA REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS BOARD
137-800.05 - Expired Permit, License, Certificate, or Registration.

Universal Citation: SC Code Regs 137-800.05

137-800.05. Expired Permit, License, Certificate, or Registration.

(A) Permits, licenses and certificates expired for more than twelve (12) months will be cancelled. Such cancelled permits, licenses and certificates may be considered for reinstatement upon proper application, payment of the original license or certificate fee, and proof of having obtained continuing education equal to the total number of hours that would have been required had the permit, license or certificate been continuously renewed including the most recent 7-hour National Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice Update Course. Such applications will be reviewed by the Board to determine whether an examination and/or additional real estate appraisal education will be required.

(B) Registrations of an appraisal management company expired for more than twelve (12) months will be cancelled. Such cancelled registration may be considered for reinstatement upon proper application and payment of the original registration fee and any late fee. Such applications will be reviewed by the Board to determine reinstatement and any further required conditions of reinstatement.

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; SCSR43-5 Doc. No. 4857, eff May 24, 2019.

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