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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Title 18. Professional And Occupational Licensing
Agency 130. Real Estate Appraiser Board

Chapter 20.
Real Estate Appraiser Board Rules and Regulations
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  • Part II.
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  • Section 20
    Requirement for registration
    Section 30
    General qualifications for licensure
    Section 40
    Qualifications for licensure by reciprocity
    Section 50
    Qualifications for temporary licensure
    Section 60
    Qualifications for licensure as an appraiser trainee
    Section 70
    Requirement for the certification of appraisal education instructors
    Section 80
    Qualifications for the certification of instructors
    Section 90
    Application and registration fees
  • Part V.
    Educational Offerings
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  • Section 200
    Requirement for the approval of appraisal educational offerings
    Section 210
    Standards for the approval of appraisal educational offerings for prelicensure credit
    Section 220
    Standards for the approval of appraisal educational offerings for continuing education credit
    Section 230
    Procedures for awarding prelicense and continuing education credits
    Section 240
    Course approval fees
    Section 250
    Reapproval of courses required
FORMS (18VAC130-20)

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