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1950.1035 TEMPORARY LICENSE.

Subpart 1.

Military.

A.

An applicant for a temporary military assessor's license shall submit an application under Minnesota Statutes, section 197.4552, accompanied by payment of the license fee. The applicant shall supply the board with evidence of all of the following:

(1)

military status as:

(a)

an active duty military member;

(b)

a spouse of an active duty military member; or

(c)

a veteran with confirmation of an honorable or general discharge status within the two years preceding the date of temporary military certificate application;

(2)

current assessor licensure, certification, or permit in another state, with no history of disciplinary action; and

(3)

a current criminal background study that does not include conviction of a crime that, if committed by an applicant or licensee in Minnesota, would violate part 1950.1090, subpart 2, item C, D, or F, or subpart 4, item A, or Minnesota Statutes, section 270.41, subdivision 3, paragraph (a), clause (4).

B.

The board shall evaluate the information required under this subpart at its next regularly scheduled meeting. If the applicant meets the requirements under this subpart, the board shall issue a temporary license and notify the applicant.

Subp. 2.

Certified general appraiser (CGA) level appraisers.

Upon application to the board, a Minnesota appraiser licensed by the Department of Commerce at the certified general appraiser (CGA) level shall be granted a temporary certified Minnesota assessor (CMA) license.

Subp. 3.

Expiration.

A temporary license under subpart 1 or 2 expires on the second June 30 after issuance, or after the license holder obtains a permanent license, whichever occurs first. An applicant may not obtain more than one temporary license in the applicant's lifetime. The five-year time period during which temporary license holders must obtain accredited Minnesota assessor (AMA) licensure under Minnesota Statutes, section 270C.9901, begins on the date the temporary license is issued.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 270.41; 270.47

History:

43 SR 1145; 45 SR 91

Published Electronically:

August 14, 2020