Chapter 1301:11-3 Certification/Licensing of Appraisers

1301:11-3-01 Definition.

"Nationally recognized appraisal organization" means an organization which:

(A) Offers classroom instruction in subjects related to real estate appraisal as specified in rule 1301:11-3-03 of the Administrative Code, that would be acceptable towards satisfying the pre-license or pre-certification education requirement,

(B) Offers a designation to real estate appraisers upon successful completion of appraisal education and attainment of appraisal experience,

(C) Has established standards of professional appraisal practice and a code of ethics for organization members which are consistent with the standards adopted by the real estate appraisal board, and

(D) Offers the classroom instruction specified in paragraph (A) of this rule to all individuals and does not require individuals to be a member of the organization to enroll and complete the instruction.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/20/2011 and 05/20/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 119.03 , 4763.03
Rule Amplifies: 4763.05
Prior Effective Dates: 12/1/1990, 1/1/2009

1301:11-3-02 Effective date of certification/licensure; cancellation. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 1-1-07

1301:11-3-03 Education requirements for applicants for licensing and certification.

(A) An applicant for a residential real estate appraiser license, shall comply with the following: The applicant shall complete one hundred fifty classroom hours of instruction in the required core curriculum listed in this paragraph and at least one course devoted exclusively to federal, state, and municipal fair housing law, obtained from a nationally or state recognized appraisal or real estate organization, an institution of higher education, a proprietary school, a state or federal commission or agency, a provider approved by the superintendent or the real estate appraiser board, or the appraisal foundation or its boards. Fifteen of the one hundred fifty hours shall include the successful completion of the national uniform standards of professional appraisal practice course or its equivalent. Equivalency shall be determined by the appraiser qualifications board approval program or by an alternate method established by the appraiser qualifications board. The required core curriculum for licensing as a residential real estate appraiser shall also include thirty hours of instruction in basic appraisal principles, thirty hours of instruction in basic appraisal procedures, fifteen hours of instruction in residential market analysis and highest and best use, fifteen hours of instruction in residential appraiser site valuation and cost approach, thirty hours of instruction in residential sales comparison and income approaches, and fifteen hours of instruction in residential report writing and case studies.

(B) An applicant for a residential real estate appraiser certification shall comply with both of the following:

(1) The applicant shall hold an associates degree or higher degree in any field of study from an accredited college, junior college, community college or university. In lieu of a degree, an applicant shall successfully pass twenty-one semester hours or their equivalent from an accredited college, junior college, community college, or university covering the following collegiate subject matter courses: English composition; principles of economics (micro or macro); finance; algebra, geometry or higher mathematics; statistics; computer science; and business or real estate law; and

(2) The applicant shall complete two hundred classroom hours of instruction in the required core curriculum listed in this paragraph and at least one course devoted exclusively to federal, state, and municipal fair housing law obtained from a nationally or state recognized appraisal or real estate organization, an institution of higher education, a proprietary school, a state or federal commission or agency, a provider approved by the superintendent or the real estate appraiser board, or the appraisal foundation or its boards. Fifteen of the two hundred hours shall include the successful completion of the national uniform standards of professional appraisal practice course or its equivalent. Equivalency shall be determined by the appraiser qualifications board approval program or by an alternate method established by the appraiser qualifications board. The required core curriculum for certification as a residential real estate appraiser shall also include thirty hours of instruction in basic appraisal principles, thirty hours of instruction in basic appraisal procedures, fifteen hours of instruction in residential appraiser market analysis and highest and best use, fifteen hours of instruction in residential appraiser site valuation and cost approach, thirty hours of instruction in residential sales comparison and income approaches, fifteen hours of instruction in residential report writing and case studies, fifteen hours of instruction in statistics, modeling and finance, fifteen hours of instruction in advanced residential applications and case studies, and twenty hours of instruction in appraisal subject matter electives.

(C) An applicant for a general real estate appraiser certification shall comply with both of the following:

(1) The applicant shall hold a bachelors degree or higher degree in any field of study from an accredited college or university. In lieu of a degree, an applicant shall successfully pass thirty semester hours or their equivalent from an accredited college, junior college, community college, or university covering the following collegiate subject matter courses: English composition; micro economics; macro economics; finance; algebra, geometry or higher mathematics; statistics; computer science; business or real estate law; and two elective courses in accounting, geography, agricultural economics, business management or real estate; and

(2) The applicant shall complete three hundred classroom hours of instruction in the required core curriculum listed in this paragraph and at least one course devoted exclusively to federal, state, and municipal fair housing law, obtained from a nationally or state recognized appraisal or real estate organization, an institution of higher education, a proprietary school, a state or federal commission or agency, a provider approved by the superintendent or the real estate appraiser board, or the appraisal foundation or its boards. Fifteen of the three hundred hours shall include the successful completion of the national uniform standards of professional appraisal practice course or its equivalent. Equivalency shall be determined by the appraiser qualifications board approval program or by an alternate method established by the appraiser qualifications board. The required core curriculum for certification as a general real estate appraiser shall also include thirty hours of instruction in basic appraisal principles, thirty hours of instruction in basic appraisal procedures, thirty hours of instruction in general appraiser market analysis and highest and best use, fifteen hours of instruction in statistics, modeling and finance, thirty hours of instruction in general appraiser sales comparison approach, thirty hours of instruction in general appraiser site valuation and cost approach, sixty hours of instruction in general appraiser income approach, thirty hours of instruction in general appraiser report writing and case studies, and thirty hours of instruction in appraisal subject matter electives.

(D) An applicant for licensing or certification shall satisfy the requirements of paragraphs (A), (B)(2) and (C)(2) of this rule through distance education as defined in paragraph (A) of rule 1301:11-7-03 of the Administrative Code or through hours of instruction in a classroom setting. Distance education must satisfy the requirement of paragraph (D) of rule 1301:11-7-01 of the Administrative Code and distance education must be obtained from a nationally or state recognized appraisal or real estate organization, an institution of higher education, a proprietary school, a state or federal commission or agency, a provider approved by the superintendent or the real estate appraiser board, or the appraisal foundation or its boards. Hours of instruction in a classroom setting must be approved by the appraisal qualifications board of the appraisal foundation, or obtained from an institution of higher education, a nationally or state recognized appraisal or real estate organization, a proprietary school, a state or federal commission or agency, a provider approved by the superintendent or the real estate appraiser board, or the appraisal foundation or its boards.

(E) For this rule, a "classroom hour" is defined as fifty minutes of instruction out of each sixty minute segment attended by the student. "Classroom hour" applies to instruction held in a classroom or in a distance education setting. With the exception of the course devoted exclusively to federal, state, and municipal fair housing law, classroom hours may be obtained only where the minimum length of the course offering is fifteen hours, and the individual shall successfully complete an examination pertinent to that course offering in order to receive credit for any class or classroom hour required as a prerequisite for a registration, license or certification in accordance with this rule.

(F) To establish successful completion of the education requirements prescribed in this rule, an applicant shall submit to the division of real estate a certificate, transcript, letter or other similar documentation properly issued from the entity at which the course or courses of education was completed. The superintendent of real estate may request supporting documentation to determine the acceptability of a particular course or courses.

(G) An applicant must meet the education requirements in this rule prior to being seated for the examination.

Effective: 11/01/2012
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/20/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4763.03
Rule Amplifies: 4763.05
Prior Effective Dates: 1/1/2007, 12/1/1990, 11/15/1991, 5/7/1993, 9/10/1996, 3/20/1999, 6/21/2002, 1/1/2007, 01/01/2009, 01/01/2012

1301:11-3-04 Experience requirement.

(A) Applicants seeking a state-licensed residential real estate appraiser license shall:

(1) Certify under oath that he or she has acquired two thousand hours of experience in real estate appraisal, and

(2) Furnish, under oath, a detailed listing of the appraisal reports or file memoranda for each year for which experience is claimed and, upon request of the superintendent or the board, make available samples of appraisal reports prepared by the applicant in the course of the applicant's practice.

(3) The two thousand hours of experience required in paragraph (A)(1) of this rule must be achieved over a period of not less than twenty-four months immediately preceding the initial filing of the application.

(4) The two thousand hours of experience required in paragraph (A)(1) of this rule must be achieved either while registered as a state registered real estate appraiser assistant in Ohio or as a registered real estate appraiser assistant in another state so long as that state's requirements to be a registered real estate appraiser assistant meet or exceed the requirements of the "Appraiser Qualifications Board of the Appraisal Foundation".

(5) Except as provided in paragraph (G) of this rule, the two thousand hours of experience required in paragraph (A)(1) of this rule must be achieved under the supervision of an Ohio certified real estate appraiser or any state certified real estate appraiser so long as that state's requirements to be a state certified real estate appraiser meet or exceed the requirements of the "Appraiser Qualifications Board". At all times during the supervisory period and for a period of two years prior to commencement of the supervisory period, the supervising appraiser must be in good standing with the board or the state regulatory agency with which the supervising appraiser is certified and not subject to any disciplinary action within the last two years that affects the supervising appraiser's legal eligibility to engage in appraisal practice.

(6) A state registered real estate appraiser assistant may have more than one supervising appraiser.

(7) An Ohio certified real estate appraiser may not supervise more than three state registered real estate appraiser assistants at any one time.

(8) An appraisal log shall be maintained by the state registered real estate appraiser assistant and each supervising appraiser jointly. The state registered real estate appraiser assistant and each supervising appraiser shall share responsibility to ensure the appraisal log is accurate, current and complies with the requirements of this rule. At a minimum the appraisal log must include:

(a) Date of report;

(b) Type of assignment;

(c) Address of subject property;

(d) Property type, residential or general;

(e) Capacity, field or review;

(f) Number of actual work hours by the state registered real estate appraiser assistant on the assignment;

(g) The signature and state certification number of the supervising appraiser. Separate appraisal logs shall be maintained for each supervising appraiser if applicable; and

(h) Description of work performed by the state registered real estate appraiser assistant, the scope of the review performed by the supervising appraiser and the level of supervision performed by the supervising appraiser.

(B) An applicant seeking a state-certified residential real estate appraiser certificate shall:

(1) Certify under oath that the applicant has acquired two thousand five hundred hours of experience in real estate appraisal, and

(2) Furnish, under oath, a detailed listing of the appraisal reports or file memoranda for each year for which experience is claimed and, upon request of the superintendent or the board, make available samples of the appraisal reports prepared by the applicant in the course of the applicant's practice.

(3) The two thousand five hundred hours of experience required in paragraph (B)(1) of this rule must be achieved over a period of not less than twenty-four months immediately preceding the initial filing of the application.

(4) The two thousand five hundred hours of experience required by paragraph (B)(1) of this rule must be achieved while registered as a state registered real estate appraiser assistant or as a licensed real estate appraiser in Ohio or while registered as a real estate appraiser assistant or as a licensed real estate appraiser in another state so long as that state's requirements to be a registered real estate appraiser assistant or licensed real estate appraiser meet or exceed the requirements of the Appraiser Qualifications Board.

(5) Except as provided in paragraph (G) of this rule, the two thousand five hundred hours of experience required in paragraph (B)(1) of this rule achieved by any state registered real estate appraiser assistant must be under the supervision of an Ohio certified real estate appraiser or any state certified real estate appraiser so long as that state's requirements to be a state certified real estate appraiser meet or exceed the requirements of the "Appraiser Qualifications Board." For a licensed residential real estate appraiser seeking to become an Ohio certified residential real estate appraiser, any experience that exceeds the scope of the residential real estate appraiser license must be obtained while under the supervision of an Ohio certified real estate appraiser or any state certified real estate appraiser in another state so long as that state's requirements to be a state certified real estate appraiser meet or exceed the requirements of "Appraiser Qualifications Board." At all times during the supervisory period and for a period of two years prior to commencement of the supervisory period, the supervising appraiser must be in good standing with the board or the state regulatory agency with which the supervising appraiser is certified and not subject to any disciplinary action within the last two years that affects the supervising appraiser's legal eligibility to engage in appraisal practice.

(6) Experience obtained while a state registered real estate appraiser assistant must comply with paragraphs (A)(6), (A)(7) and (A)(8) of this rule.

(7) Experience obtained while an Ohio licensed real estate appraiser or as a licensed real estate appraiser in another state shall be maintained in an appraisal log. At a minimum the appraisal log must include:

(a) Date of report;

(b) Type of assignment;

(c) Address of subject property;

(d) Property type, residential or general;

(e) Capacity, field or review;

(f) Number of actual work hours by the state licensed real estate appraiser on the assignment;

(g) If the experience is outside the scope of the applicant's license, the log shall include the signature and state certification number of the supervising appraiser with whom the applicant jointly obtained such experience. The applicant and supervising appraiser shall share responsibility to ensure the appraisal log is accurate, current and complies with the requirements of this rule. Separate appraisal logs shall be maintained for each supervising appraiser if applicable; and

(h) Description of work performed by the state licensed real estate appraiser, the scope of the review performed by the supervising appraiser and the level of supervision performed by the supervising appraiser.

(C) An applicant seeking a state-certified general real estate appraiser certificate shall:

(1) Certify under oath that the applicant has acquired three thousand hours of experience in real estate appraisal, of which at least fifty per cent (one thousand five hundred hours) must have been acquired in connection with the appraisal of real estate other than the appraisal of residential real estate consisting of one to four units, and

(2) Furnish, under oath, a detailed listing of the appraisal reports or file memoranda for each year for which experience is claimed and, upon request of the superintendent or the board, make available samples of appraisal reports prepared by the applicant in the course of the applicant's practice.

(3) The three thousand hours of experience required in paragraph (C)(1) of this rule must be achieved over a period of not less than thirty months immediately preceding the initial filing of the application.

(4) The three thousand hours of experience required in paragraph (C)(1) of this rule must be achieved either while registered in Ohio as a state registered real estate appraiser assistant, a state licensed real estate appraiser or as a state certified residential real estate appraiser or while registered as a real estate appraiser assistant, a licensed real estate appraiser or as a certified residential real estate appraiser in another state so long as that state's requirements to be a registered real estate appraiser assistant, licensed real estate appraiser or certified residential real estate appraiser meet or exceed the requirements of the "Appraiser Qualifications Board."

(5) Except as provided in paragraph (G) of this rule, the three thousand hours of experience required in paragraph (C)(1) of this rule achieved by any state registered real estate appraiser assistant must be under the supervision of an Ohio certified real estate appraiser or any state certified real estate appraiser so long as that state's requirements to be a state certified real estate appraiser meet or exceed the requirements of the "Appraiser Qualifications Board." For a licensed residential real estate appraiser or a certified residential real estate appraiser seeking to become an Ohio certified general real estate appraiser, any experience that exceeds the scope of the residential real estate appraiser license or certificate must be obtained while under the supervision of an Ohio certified general real estate appraiser or any state certified general appraiser in another state so long as that state's requirements to be a state certified general appraiser meet or exceed the requirements of the "Appraiser Qualifications Board." At all times during the supervisory period and for a period of two years prior to the commencement of the supervisory period, the supervising appraiser must be in good standing with the board or the state regulatory agency with which the supervising appraiser is certified and not subject to any disciplinary action within the last two years that affects the supervising appraiser's legal eligibility to engage in appraisal practice.

(6) Experience obtained while a state registered real estate appraiser assistant must comply with paragraphs (A)(6), (A)(7) and (A)(8) of this rule.

(7) Experience obtained while registered in Ohio as a state licensed real estate appraiser or as a state certified residential real estate appraiser or while as a licensed real estate appraiser or as a certified residential real estate appraiser in another state shall be maintained in an appraisal log. At a minimum the appraisal log must include:

(a) Date of report;

(b) Type of assignment;

(c) Address of subject property;

(d) Property type, residential or general;

(e) Capacity, field or review;

(f) Number of actual work hours by the state licensed or certified residential real estate appraiser on the assignment;

(g) If the experience is outside the scope of the applicant's license or certificate, the log shall include the signature and state certification number of the supervising appraiser with whom the applicant jointly obtained such experience. The applicant and supervising appraiser shall share responsibility to ensure the appraisal log is accurate, current and complies with the requirements of this rule. Separate appraisal logs shall be maintained for each supervising appraiser if applicable; and

(h) Description of work performed by the state licensed or certified residential real estate appraiser, the scope of the review performed by the supervising appraiser and the level of supervision performed by the supervising appraiser.

(D) For purposes of this rule, acceptable appraisal experience shall include, but is not limited to, the following:

(1) Appraisals;

(2) Appraisal reviews;

(3) Appraisal consulting; and

(4) Mass appraisals

(E) For purposes of this rule, the acceptable appraisal experience must be satisfied by time spent on the appraisal process. The appraisal process consists of: analyzing factors that affect value; defining the problem; gathering and analyzing data; applying the appropriate analysis and methodology; arriving at an opinion and correctly reporting the opinion in compliance with Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice.

(F) All acceptable appraisal experience must be obtained after January 30, 1989. All experience must have been completed in compliance with the uniform standards of professional appraisal practice, as adopted by the "Appraisal Standards Board of the Appraisal Foundation" to be considered as acceptable appraisal experience and the experience must demonstrate proficiency in appraisal principles, methodology, procedures and reporting conclusions. All experience involving a supervising appraiser must be obtained while the supervising appraiser was acting within the scope of their certificate to be considered as acceptable appraisal experience.

(G) Up to twenty-five per cent of the experience hours required pursuant to this rule may be obtained for the actual number of hours worked on non-client appraisals, provided:

(1) The experience is obtained as part of a case study or practicum course that has been approved through the appraisal qualifications board course approval program and the course provider certifies the actual number of hours worked on appraisal development and reporting for actual subject properties, or

(2) The experience is obtained as part of a mentorship program that has been approved by the board and the mentor certifies the actual number of hours worked on appraisal development and reporting for actual subject properties.

(H) Upon request of the superintendent or board, all applicants must provide documentation in the form of reports, certifications, work files or other evidence to support experience claimed.

(I) An applicant must meet the experience requirement set forth in this rule prior to being seated for the examination.

Effective: 06/30/2013
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/20/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4763.03
Rule Amplifies: 4763.05
Prior Effective Dates: 12/1/1990, 5/7/1993, 9/10/1996, 3/20/1999, 3/1/2005, 1/1/2009 , 01/01/2012

1301:11-3-05 Examination requirements for licensing and certification applicants.

(A) .An applicant for a general real estate appraiser certificate or a residential real estate appraiser license or certificate shall satisfy all fee, education, experience and background requirements as are required by section 4763.05 of the Revised Code to be eligible to take the examination.

(1) An applicant for a residential real estate appraiser license shall achieve a passing score, as designated by the real estate appraiser board, on an examination authorized for residential real estate appraiser license testing by the real estate appraiser board;

(2) An applicant for a residential real estate appraiser certificate shall achieve a passing score, as designated by the real estate appraiser board, on an examination authorized for residential real estate appraiser certificate testing by the real estate appraiser board; and

(3) An applicant for a general real estate appraiser certificate shall achieve a passing score, as designated by the real estate appraiser board, on an examination authorized for general real estate appraiser certificate testing by the real estate appraiser board.

(B) The superintendent of real estate, with the consent of the real estate appraiser board, may enter into agreements with recognized national testing services to administer the residential real estate appraiser licensure examination, the residential real estate appraisal certification examination and general real estate appraiser certification examination under the superintendent's supervision and control, consistent with the requirements of Chapter 4763. of the Revised Code as to the contents of such examinations.

(C) An applicant must take the examination in accordance with the instructions provided by the testing vendor. The applicant shall have twelve months from the date of notification of testing eligibility, provided by the testing vendor, to achieve a passing score on the examination. If the applicant fails to achieve a passing score on the examination within the twelve month eligibility period, the applicant's application file shall be closed.. The applicant must notify the division of any change in application status that occurs during the twelve month eligibility period that would affect the fitness of the applicant to take the examination, including but not limited to a criminal conviction, change of name or address.

(D) The examination for state certification as a general real estate appraiser and state-certification or licensure as a residential real estate appraiser shall include, but not be limited to, the following content areas:

(1) Influences on real estate value,

(2) Legal considerations in appraisal,

(3) Types of value,

(4) Economic principles,

(5) Real estate markets and analysis,

(6) Valuation process,

(7) Property description,

(8) Highest and best use analysis,

(9) Appraisal math and statistics,

(10) Sales comparison approach,

(11) Site value,

(12) Cost approach,

(13) Income approach,

(14) Valuation of partial interests,

(15) Appraisal standards and ethics, and

(16) Ohio real estate and appraisal laws and rules.

(E) Each applicant shall bring to the examination and submit to the examiner prior to being seated for the examination at least one form of government issued photo identification.

(F) The superintendent of real estate may waive the requirement of examination if an applicant can establish that he or she has achieved a passing score as specified in this rule in an appraiser license or certification examination approved by the appraiser qualifications board to qualify for an appraiser license or certification in another state and that the applicant is in good standing in that state.

Effective: 11/29/2010
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/14/2010 and 06/30/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4763.03
Rule Amplifies: 4763.05
Prior Effective Dates: 12/7/1990, 5/7/1993, 9/10/1996, 2/6/1996, 12/15/1999, 1/1/2007

1301:11-3-06 Temporary practice registration.

(A) Each temporary appraiser registration issued in accordance with division (E) of section 4763.05 of the Revised Code shall expire six months after the issuance date or upon the completion of the work required by the appraisal assignment or specialized service, whichever is later.

(B) A temporary registration issued shall be expressly limited to a grant of authority to perform the appraisal assignment or specialized service required by the contract for appraisal services.

(C) The registration required in division (E) of section 4763.05 of the Revised Code shall be on a form prescribed by the superintendent of real estate and shall be accompanied by a fee specified in rule 1301:11-1-03 of the Administrative Code. The registration form shall include, but not be limited to, the following information:

(1) The applicant's name, business address and such other information as may be necessary to identify the applicant,

(2) A statement by the applicant setting forth:

(a) The type of license or certificate held by the applicants and the license or certificate number;

(b) The dates of licensure or certification and the expiration date of the applicant's current license or certificate;

(c) A complete record of any disciplinary actions taken, and complaints or disciplinary proceedings pending against the applicant.

(3) Consent to service of process in Ohio.

(4) A statement that the applicant has read and agrees to abide by all appraiser laws and rules in this state and agrees to cooperate with any investigation initiated by the division of real estate or the appraisal board including supplying relevant documents and personally appearing before the board or the division's investigators; and

(5) Information sufficient to identify the appraisal assignment of specialized service to be performed under the temporary practice registration, including the projected beginning and ending dates for performing such appraisal assignment or specialized service, but shall not require the applicant to divulge any information concerning the appraisal assignment which would breach the applicant's duty of confidentiality to his client under the provisions of the uniform standards of professional appraisal practice.

(D) Persons granted a temporary registration under this rule shall not advertise or otherwise hold themselves out as being an Ohio state certified or state-licensed appraiser.

Effective: 11/29/2010
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 09/14/2010 and 06/30/2015
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4763.03
Rule Amplifies: 4763.05
Prior Effective Dates: 3/18/1993 (Emer.), 5/7/1993, 1/1/2007

1301:11-3-07 Conversion of real estate residential appraiser license to real estate residential appraiser certificate. [Rescinded].

Rescinded eff 1-1-07

1301:11-3-08 Criminal records checks.

(A) Within ten days after the date of filing an application for registration, licensure, or certification, an applicant shall submit fingerprints to the Ohio bureau of criminal identification and investigation [BCI&I] using a method authorized by BCI&I for a criminal records check pursuant to division (A)(1)(b) of section 4763.05 of the Revised Code. BC&I submits the results to the division of real estate and professional licensing within thirty days of BC&I's receipt of the applicant's fingerprints. The applicant shall pay any required fee for the criminal records check and direct that the results be transmitted to the division of real estate and professional licensing.

(B) Failure to timely comply with the superintendent's request may constitute just cause for the superintendent to close the applicant's file and impose a forfeiture of any application fee.

Effective: 01/01/2012
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 05/20/2011 and 05/20/2016
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4763.03
Rule Amplifies: 4763.05
Prior Effective Dates: 5/14/2007

1301:11-3-09 [Rescinded] Licensed or certified appraisers from reciprocal states.

Effective: 06/30/2013
R.C. 119.032 review dates: 04/15/2013
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 4763.03 , 4763.05
Rule Amplifies: 4763.05 , 4763.09
Prior Effective Dates: 11/16/2011