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 153.23 - Inactive Status

Universal Citation: 22 TX Admin Code ยง 153.23

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

(a) A license holder may request to be placed on inactive status by filing a request for inactive status on a form approved by the Board.

(b) A license holder whose license has expired may renew on inactive status within six months after the license expiration date by:

(1) filing an application for renewal on a form approved by the Board;

(2) indicating on the application that the license holder wishes to renew on inactive status;

(3) paying the required late renewal fees; and

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

(c) A license holder on inactive status:

(1) shall not appraise real property, engage in appraisal practice, or perform any activity for which a license is required; and

(2) must file the proper renewal application and pay all required fees, except for the national registry fee, in order to renew the license.

(d) To return to active status, a license holder who has been placed on inactive status must:

(1) request to return to active status on a form approved by the Board;

(2) pay the required fee;

(3) satisfy all ACE requirements that were not completed while on inactive status, except that the license holder is not required to complete the most current USPAP update course more than once in order to return to active status and shall substitute other approved courses to meet the required number of ACE hours; and

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

(e) A license holder who has been on inactive status may not resume practice until the Board issues an active license.

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