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32-111 - Home inspector rules and standards committee
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32-111. Home inspector rules and standards committee
A. The home inspector rules and standards committee of the state board of technical registration is established and consists of:
1. Three home inspectors, one of whom is a resident of a county with a population of four hundred thousand persons or less, appointed by the board from a list of names any home inspector organization provides if the home inspector organization meets all of the following criteria:
(a) Has at least forty members who are actively engaged in the practice of home inspection in this state.
(b) Holds regular elections.
(c) Publishes bylaws.
(d) Maintains a code of ethics.
2. Two members of the board of technical registration, including:
(a) An architect member or an engineer member of the board who is appointed by the chairman.
(b) The public member.
B. The board may make appointments of home inspectors to the committee from the lists provided pursuant to subsection A, paragraph 1 of this section or from others having the necessary qualifications.
C. The board-appointed members serve staggered three-year terms. These members shall be home inspectors, shall each have at least five years of experience as a home inspector and shall have passed the examination prescribed in section 32-122.02. The board by a majority vote may remove any member for misconduct, incapacity or neglect of duty and may appoint a new member to complete a term.
D. The committee is responsible for drafting and recommending to the board:
1. Criteria for home inspector certification.
2. Standards for home inspection reports.
3. Standards for written examinations.
4. Standards for educational programs, including course of study, programs and continuing education.
5. Rules defining conduct.
6. Recommendations for types of financial assurances as required in section 32-122.02.
7. Other rules and standards related to the practice of home inspectors.
E. The committee may participate in the investigation and review of home inspector complaints as provided by the board.
F. Members of the home inspector rules and standards committee are eligible to receive compensation pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 1.