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32-3627. Inactive license or certificate status; reactivation application; renewal application and fee; continuing education
A. Any license or certificate holder may request that the license or certificate be placed on inactive status by filing with the deputy director an application that includes all of the following:
1. The license or certificate holder's name.
2. The license or certificate number.
3. A request for inactive status.
B. The period a license or certificate is on inactive status under this section may not exceed two years.
C. A license or certificate holder who is on inactive status shall not do either of the following:
1. Represent that the license or certificate holder is an active appraiser licensed or certified in this state.
2. Perform real estate appraisals or appraisal reviews on real estate in this state.
D. A license or certificate holder who is on inactive status under this section must file with the deputy director an application for reactivation of the license or certificate before resuming real estate appraisal activity.
E. To return to active status, the inactive license or certificate holder shall do both of the following:
1. File with the deputy director an application for reactivation of the license or certificate.
2. Provide evidence of completion of the required continuing education that the license or certificate holder would have been required to meet during the period when the license or certificate holder's license or certificate was on inactive status.
F. If the holder of an inactive license or certificate under this section does not file an application for reactivation within a two-year period, that person must reapply for licensure or certification pursuant to the requirements of this chapter.
G. A license or certificate holder who is on inactive status pursuant to this section remains on inactive status until the deputy director approves the application for reactivation of the license or certificate.
H. The deputy director may take disciplinary or remedial action against a license or certificate holder who is on inactive status pursuant to this section.
I. A license or certificate holder who places the holder's license or certificate on inactive status must pay the renewal fee and complete an application for renewal as prescribed in section 32-3619. The license or certificate holder on inactive status is not required to provide evidence of completion of the continuing education requirements until the application for reactivation is filed pursuant to subsection E of this section.