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32-3617 - Nonresident temporary licensure or certification
32-3617. Nonresident temporary licensure or certification
A. Every applicant for nonresident temporary licensure or certification under this chapter who is not a resident of this state shall submit, with the application for nonresident temporary licensure or certification, an irrevocable consent that service of process on the applicant may be made by delivery of the process to the secretary of state if, in an action against the applicant in a court of this state arising out of the applicant's activities as a nonresident temporary state-licensed or state-certified appraiser, the plaintiff cannot effect, in the exercise of due diligence, personal service on the applicant.
B. A nonresident of this state who has complied with subsection A of this section may obtain a nonresident temporary license or certificate as a nonresident temporary state-licensed or state-certified appraiser by conforming to all of the requirements of this chapter relating to state-licensed or state-certified appraisers.
C. A nonresident of this state who is licensed or certified in another state is entitled to nonresident temporary licensure or certification by the deputy director, which is valid until the completion of each appraisal assignment but not for a period of more than one year after the date of issuance, if:
1. The nonresident appraiser's business in this state is of a temporary nature.
2. The nonresident appraiser applies with the deputy director on forms prescribed by the deputy director.
3. The nonresident appraiser pays the nonresident temporary licensure or certification fee required by the deputy director.
D. The deputy director shall adopt rules in furtherance of this section to avoid the abuse of the temporary practice rights in this state.