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S.F. No. 366 - Real Estate Appraisers, First Engrossment
 
Author: Senator Karin Housley
 
Prepared By: Christopher B. Stang, Senate Counsel (651/296-0539)
 
Date: March 6, 2017



 

Section 1 classifies data relating to disciplinary action involving real estate appraisers as private data.

Section 2 provides that an inquiry alleging noncompliance with chapter 82 that does not result in disciplinary action does not constitute a formal complaint.

Section 3 requires an applicant for a renewal license to disclose crimes involving moral turpitude.  Limits criminal history check and fingerprinting to applicants for an initial license.

Section 4 provides that investigative data concerning disciplinary actions more than five years old is private data.

Section 5 establishes time limits for bringing a private right of action.

Section 6 establishes an Aug 1, 2017 effective date.

 
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