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Section 4768.09 | Removal of appraiser from appraiser panel.

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(A) Except within the first thirty days after an appraiser is first added to the appraiser panel of an appraisal management company, an appraisal management company shall not remove the appraiser from its appraiser panel or otherwise refuse to assign requests for real estate appraisal services to the appraiser without first doing both of the following:

(1) Notifying the appraiser in writing of the reasons the appraiser is being removed from the appraiser panel or is refused assignment requests for appraisal services;

(2) Providing the appraiser with an opportunity to respond to that notification, in writing, within ten business days after the appraisal management company sends the removal notification.

(B) The notice described in division (A)(1) of this section shall be sent by a delivery system that delivers letters, packages, and other materials in its ordinary course of business with traceable delivery and signature receipt. An appraisal management company that sends such notice shall keep a copy of the notice for at least five years from the date the notice is sent to the appraiser.

(C) Nothing in this section prohibits an appraisal m anagement company from suspending an appraiser from receiving assignment requests during the period described in division (A) (2) of this section.

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