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A. An individual who wishes to act as a property tax agent shall apply for registration by submitting to the deputy director a completed application form prescribed by the deputy director with the initial registration fee. The applicant shall also file with the deputy director an affidavit stating whether the applicant has been convicted of a felony or any misdemeanor involving dishonesty or moral turpitude in this or any other state within the last ten years. The deputy director may review the affidavit and issue or deny the registration based on its findings.
B. Except as provided in section 32-4301, registration is valid for two years. An individual may renew a registration by submitting to the deputy director a renewal form prescribed by the deputy director with the renewal fee on or before the date the registration expires.
C. An appraiser who is licensed or certified pursuant to this chapter may register and renew registration as a property tax agent without paying the fee prescribed by this section.
D. The deputy director shall issue a certificate of registration to an individual if the individual complies with this section and is not prohibited from registering pursuant to section 32-3654.
E. A person shall not act as a property tax agent if the person is not registered pursuant to this section.
F. The deputy director shall collect from each individual a fee of: