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Section 4764.10 | Licensees from other jurisdictions.

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The superintendent of real estate and professional licensing may issue a home inspector license to an applicant who holds a license, registration, or certification as a home inspector in another jurisdiction if that applicant submits an application on a form the superintendent provides, pays the fee the Ohio home inspector board prescribes, and satisfies all of the following requirements:

(A) The applicant is licensed, registered, or certified as a home inspector in a jurisdiction that the board determines grants the same privileges to persons licensed under this chapter as this state grants to persons in that jurisdiction.

(B) That other jurisdiction has licensing, registration, or certification requirements that are substantially similar to, or exceed, those of this state.

(C) The applicant attests that the applicant is familiar with and will abide by this chapter.

(D) The applicant attests to all of the following in a written statement that the applicant submits to the superintendent:

(1) To provide the superintendent the name and address of an agent to receive service of process in this state or that the applicant authorizes the superintendent to act as agent for that applicant;

(2) That service of process in accordance with the Revised Code is proper and the applicant is subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of this state;

(3) That any cause of action arising out of the conduct of the applicant's business in this state shall be filed in the county in which the events that gave rise to that cause of action occurred.

Last updated March 3, 2023 at 12:07 PM

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