S462 - Modifications to NC Appraisal Board. (SL 2019-146)
Session Year 2019
Overview: S.L. 2019-146 replaces education, experience, and examination requirements for registration, licensure, and certification of real estate appraisers with those required by The Appraisal Foundation Appraiser Qualifications Board.

Section 3 of this act allows the Board to collect fees from NC registered, and federally regulated, appraisal management companies to render them eligible to perform services in connection with federally related transactions. It also allows the Board to collect a fee from these companies to be placed on the AMC National Registry.

Section 6 of this act provides that a business eligible for a Job Maintenance and Capital Development Fund may have an agreement that provides that a grant paid out over the term of the agreement be in unequal annual payments and in amounts deviating from certain factors for annual payments, provided those factors are considered in the aggregate award to be paid over the entire term of the agreement.

Sections 1, 2, and 3 of this act became effective October 1, 2019, and apply to registrations, licensures, and certifications issued after that date. Section 6 of this act became effective July 22, 2019, and applies to agreements entered on or after that date. The remainder of this act became effective July 22, 2019.

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