Texas Administrative Code
Title 22 - EXAMINING BOARDS
Part 8 - TEXAS APPRAISER LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION BOARD
Chapter 153 - RULES RELATING TO PROVISIONS OF THE TEXAS APPRAISER LICENSING AND CERTIFICATION ACT
Section 153.16 - License Reinstatement

Universal Citation: 22 TX Admin Code ยง 153.16

Current through Reg. 49, No. 12; March 22, 2024

(a) This section applies only to a person who:

(1) previously held a residential appraiser license or certification or general appraiser certification issued by the Board that has been expired for more than six months; and

(2) seeks to obtain the same level of appraiser license previously held by the person before its expiration.

(b) A person who seeks to reinstate a license expired less than five years must:

(1) submit an application for reinstatement on a form approved by the Board;

(2) pay the required fee;

(3) satisfy the Board as to the person's honesty, trustworthiness and integrity;

(4) satisfy the fingerprint and criminal history check requirements in § 153.12 of this title; and

(5) complete all AQB continuing education requirements that would have been required had the license not expired.

(c) A person who seeks to reinstate a license expired five years or more must:

(1) satisfy the requirements of subsection (b); and

(2) submit an experience log demonstrating his or her experience complies with USPAP, as outlined in subsection (d).

(d) An experience log submitted under subsection (c) must include at least 10 appraisals of a property type accepted by the AQB for the applicable license category, completed within 5 years from the date of application under this section.

(e) Unless otherwise provided in this section, the board will verify and award experience submitted under subsection (d) in accordance with § 153.15 of this title (relating to Experience Required for Licensing).

(f) If a person who seeks to reinstate a license under subsection (c) is unable to submit appraisals or supporting documentation for verification, he or she may apply for a license as an appraiser trainee for the purposes of acquiring the appraisal experience required for reinstatement.

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