Registered appraiser requirements
- • revocation
- • continuing education
- • rules
(1) A registered appraiser is an individual who is currently registered by the Department of Revenue as having successfully passed an examination for Property Appraiser prepared, conducted and graded by the department. The examination must be approved by a standing five-member committee of the Oregon State Association of County Assessors selected by the association for that purpose. The department shall set education and experience requirements to sit for the examination.
(2) The department may revoke the registration of an appraiser for fraud or deceit in securing registration or appraising or for incompetence.
(3)(a) Each person who is registered as an appraiser under this section, under rules adopted by the department, shall participate in a continuing education program that increases technical competency. The education programs shall include any of the following:
(A) Basic mass appraisal and advanced mass appraisal.
(B) Residential, rural, special assessment, commercial or light-industrial appraisal.
(C) Property tax exemptions.
(D) Personal property appraisal.
(E) Ratio analysis.
(F) Computer applications.
(b) The department shall determine the hourly value to be assigned to each education program and shall by rule fix the number of hours that each person must have completed prior to the date indicated under paragraph (c) of this subsection.
(c) Each person registered as an appraiser under this section shall submit evidence satisfactory to the department that the person has completed continuing education requirements in accordance with rules adopted by the department under this subsection. The evidence must be submitted on or before December 31 of the year in which the continuing education requirements were completed.
(d) If the person does not submit the evidence required under paragraph (c) of this subsection, the department shall revoke the registration.
(e) The department may adopt conditions under which continuing education requirements may be waived. However, continuing education requirements may not be waived by the department for more than three consecutive years except for military service, retirement, disability or absence from the state or for other instances of individual hardship as determined by the department. [1955 c.575 §3; 1961 c.604 §1; 1971 c.695 §7; 1973 c.236 §1; 1981 c.126 §5; 1989 c.796 §25; 1991 c.5 §21; 2003 c.46 §13; 2005 c.94 §43; 2017 c.44 §1]
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