§466K-4 Practice as a real estate appraiser; uniform standards. (a) No person may practice as a real estate appraiser in this State unless that person has been licensed or certified to practice in accordance with this chapter and rules adopted by the director of commerce and consumer affairs pursuant to chapter 91. All real estate appraisers who are licensed or certified to practice in this State shall comply with the current Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice approved by the director when performing appraisals in connection with a federally or non-federally related real estate transaction, or certify compliance with the current Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice in connection with any arbitration proceeding to determine the fair market value, fair market rental value, or fair and reasonable rent of real estate.
(b) This section shall not apply to any real estate appraiser employed by any county for purposes of valuing real property for ad valorem taxation.
(c) This section shall not apply to a real estate broker or real estate salesperson licensed pursuant to chapter 467 who provides an opinion as to the estimated price of real estate, regardless of whether the real estate licensee receives compensation, a fee, or other consideration for providing the opinion; provided that:
(1) The opinion as to the estimated price of real estate shall state that it is not an appraisal;
(2) The real estate licensee shall not represent that the licensee is a certified or licensed real estate appraiser; and
(3) If the real estate licensee receives compensation related to the sale of property, the licensee shall not receive any additional compensation, fee, or other consideration for providing an opinion as to the estimated price of that property. [L 1998, c 180, §1; am L 1999, c 287, §3; am L 2011, c 212, §1 and c 227, §3]