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House passes data changes, background checks for appraisers

By Ricky Campbell

The House on Thursday passed a bill that would make a number of technical changes to laws governing real estate appraisers.

HF593, sponsored by Rep. Tim O'Driscoll (R-Sartell), as amended, would make data on disciplinary action against appraisers classified, outline that allegations of noncompliance don’t have to be formal complaints, clarify background check information, make disciplinary data classified after five years and affect the timeline of right-of-action. 

Following the 130-0 vote, the bill heads to the Senate where Sen. Karin Housley (R-St. Marys Point) is the sponsor.

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