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House Bill No. 6523

Public Act No. 03-14

AN ACT CONCERNING THE EDUCATION REQUIRED TO QUALIFY TO TAKE THE REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND SALESPERSONS LICENSING EXAMINATIONS.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

Section 1. Subsection (d) of section 20-314 of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2004):

(d) (1) Each applicant for a real estate broker's license shall, before being admitted to such examination, prove to the satisfaction of the commission: (A) (i) That the applicant has been actively engaged for at least two years as a licensed real estate salesperson under the supervision of a licensed real estate broker in this state, (ii) that the applicant has successfully completed a course approved by the commission in real estate principles and practices of at least [thirty] sixty classroom hours of study, (iii) that the applicant has successfully completed a course approved by the commission in real estate appraisal consisting of at least thirty classroom hours of study, and (iv) that the applicant has successfully completed a course approved by the commission consisting of at least thirty classroom hours as prescribed by the commission, or (B) that the applicant has equivalent experience or education as determined by the commission.

(2) Each applicant for a real estate salesperson's license shall, before being admitted to such examination, prove to the satisfaction of the commission (A) that the applicant has successfully completed a course approved by the commission in real estate principles and practices consisting of at least [thirty] sixty classroom hours of study, or (B) that the applicant has equivalent experience or education as determined by the commission.

Approved April 29, 2003