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This Chapter contains rule Sections that were filed to be codified in the Arizona Administrative Code between the dates of April 1, through June 30, 2018.

Supplement 18-2

TITLE 4. PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS CHAPTER 30. BOARD OF TECHNICAL REGISTRATION

The table of contents on the first page contains quick links to the referenced page numbers in this Chapter. Refer to the notes at the end of a Section to learn about the history of a rule as it was published in the Arizona Administrative Register.

Sections, Parts, Exhibits, Tables or Appendices codified in this supplement. The list provided contains quick links to the updated rules.

R4-30-101. Definitions............................................................. 3 R4-30-102. Home Inspection Definitions ................................ 4 R4-30-103. Repealed................................................................ 5 R4-30-106. Fees ...................................................................... 5 R4-30-107. Registration and Certification Expiration Dates .. 5 R4-30-120. Complaint Review Process .................................. 6 R4-30-121. Investigation of Violations ................................... 6 R4-30-123. Informal Compliance Procedures ........................ 6 R4-30-126. Service of Board Decisions; Rehearing of Board

Decisions .............................................................. 7 R4-30-201. Registration as an Architect, Engineer, Geologist,

Landscape Architect, or Land Surveyor .............. 7 R4-30-202. In-training Designation ........................................ 9 R4-30-202.01. Repealed ............................................................... 9 R4-30-203. Waiver of Examination ......................................... 9 R4-30-204. Examinations ...................................................... 10 R4-30-208. Education and Work Experience ........................ 12 R4-30-209. Time-frames for Professional Registration,

Certification, or In-training Designation ............ 12 R4-30-210. Time-frames for Approval to Sit for, or for Waiver

of, the Professional, Certification, or Fundamentals Examination ....................................................... 13

R4-30-214. Architect Registration ........................................14 R4-30-222. Engineer-In-Training Designation .....................15 R4-30-242. Geologist-in-training Designation ......................16 R4-30-247. Home Inspector Certification .............................17 R4-30-252. Repealed .............................................................18 R4-30-254. Landscape Architect Registration ......................18 R4-30-262. Repealed .............................................................19 R4-30-264. Repealed .............................................................19 R4-30-270. Repealed .............................................................19 R4-30-271. Repealed .............................................................19 R4-30-272. Repealed .............................................................19 R4-30-282. Land Surveyor-in-training Designation .............19 R4-30-284. Land Surveyor Registration ...............................20 R4-30-301. Rules of Professional Conduct ...........................20 R4-30-301.01. Home Inspector Rules of Professional Conduct 21 R4-30-303. Securing Seals ....................................................21 R4-30-304. Use of Seals ........................................................22 R4-30-305. Repealed .............................................................22 Appendix A. Sample Seals .......................................................24 Appendix B. Repealed .............................................................25

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TITLE 4. PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS

CHAPTER 30. BOARD OF TECHNICAL REGISTRATION

Authority: A.R.S. ? 32-101 et seq.

Chapter 30, consisting of Sections R4-30-101 through R4-30-126, R4-30-201 through R4-30-284, and R4-30-301 through R4-30-307, adopted effective August 3, 1983.

Former Chapter 30, consisting of Sections R4-30-01 through R4-30-04, R4-30-13 through R4-30-19, R4-30-27 through R4-30-31, R430-41 through R4-30-43, R4-30-52 through R4-30-56, R4-30-66, and R4-30-76, repealed effective August 3, 1983.

ARTICLE 1. GENERAL PROVISIONS

Section R4-30-101. R4-30-102. R4-30-103. R4-30-104. R4-30-105. R4-30-106. R4-30-107. R4-30-108. R4-30-109. R4-30-110. R4-30-111. R4-30-112. R4-30-113. R4-30-114. R4-30-115. R4-30-116. R4-30-117. R4-30-118. R4-30-119. R4-30-120. R4-30-121. R4-30-122. R4-30-123. R4-30-124. R4-30-125. R4-30-126.

Definitions ........................................................... 3 Home Inspection Definitions ............................... 4 Repealed .............................................................. 5 Repealed .............................................................. 5 Repealed .............................................................. 5 Fees ...................................................................... 5 Registration and Certification Expiration Dates .. 5 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Reserved .............................................................. 6 Complaint Review Process .................................. 6 Investigation of Violations ................................... 6 Issuance of Subpoenas ......................................... 6 Informal Compliance Procedures ........................ 6 Repealed .............................................................. 7 Reserved .............................................................. 7 Service of Board Decisions; Rehearing of Board Decisions ............................................................. 7

ARTICLE 2. REGISTRATION PROVISIONS

Section R4-30-201. Registration as an Architect, , Engineer, Geologist,

Landscape Architect, or Land Surveyor .............. 7 R4-30-202. In-training Designation ........................................ 9 R4-30-202.01. Repealed .............................................................. 9 R4-30-203. Waiver of Examination ........................................ 9 R4-30-204. Examinations ..................................................... 10 R4-30-205. Reserved ............................................................ 12 R4-30-206. Repealed ............................................................ 12 R4-30-207. Renumbered ....................................................... 12 R4-30-208. Education and Work Experience ....................... 12 R4-30-209. Time-frames for Professional Registration,

Certification, or In-training Designation ........... 12 R4-30-210. Time-frames for Approval to Sit for, or for Waiver

of, the Professional, Certification, or Fundamentals Examination ....................................................... 13 R4-30-211. Repealed ............................................................ 14 R4-30-212. Expired ............................................................... 14 R4-30-213. Reserved ............................................................ 14 R4-30-214. Architect Registration ........................................ 14 R4-30-215. Reserved ............................................................ 14

R4-30-216. R4-30-217. R4-30-218. R4-30-219. R4-30-220. R4-30-221. R4-30-222. R4-30-223. R4-30-224. R4-30-225. R4-30-226. R4-30-227. R4-30-228. R4-30-229. R4-30-230. R4-30-231. R4-30-232. R4-30-233. R4-30-234. R4-30-235. R4-30-236. R4-30-237. R4-30-238. R4-30-239. R4-30-240. R4-30-241. R4-30-242. R4-30-243. R4-30-244. R4-30-245. R4-30-246. R4-30-247. R4-30-248. R4-30-249. R4-30-250. R4-30-251. R4-30-252. R4-30-253. R4-30-254. R4-30-255. R4-30-256. R4-30-257. R4-30-258. R4-30-259. R4-30-260. R4-30-261. R4-30-262. R4-30-263. R4-30-264. R4-30-265. R4-30-266. R4-30-267. R4-30-268.

Reserved .............................................................14 Reserved .............................................................14 Reserved .............................................................14 Reserved .............................................................14 Reserved .............................................................14 Engineering Branches Recognized .....................14 Engineer-In-Training Designation ......................15 Reserved .............................................................16 Engineer Registration .........................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Reserved .............................................................16 Geologist-in-training Designation ......................16 Reserved .............................................................17 Geologist Registration ........................................17 Reserved .............................................................17 Reserved .............................................................17 Home Inspector Certification .............................17 Reserved .............................................................18 Reserved .............................................................18 Reserved .............................................................18 Reserved .............................................................18 Repealed .............................................................18 Reserved .............................................................18 Landscape Architect Registration .......................18 Reserved .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19 Repealed .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19 Repealed .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19 Reserved .............................................................19

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R4-30-269. R4-30-270. R4-30-271. R4-30-272. R4-30-273. R4-30-274. R4-30-275. R4-30-276. R4-30-277. R4-30-278. R4-30-279. R4-30-280. R4-30-281. R4-30-282. R4-30-283. R4-30-284.

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Reserved ............................................................ 19 Repealed ............................................................ 19 Repealed ............................................................ 19 Repealed ............................................................ 19 Reserved ............................................................ 19 Reserved ............................................................ 19 Reserved ............................................................ 19 Reserved ............................................................ 19 Reserved ............................................................ 19 Reserved ............................................................ 19 Reserved ............................................................ 19 Reserved ............................................................ 19 Reserved ............................................................ 19 Land Surveyor-in-training Designation ............. 19 Reserved ............................................................ 20 Land Surveyor Registration ............................... 20

ARTICLE 3. REGULATORY PROVISIONS

Section R4-30-301. Rules of Professional Conduct ...........................20 R4-30-301.01. Home Inspector Rules of Professional Conduct 21 R4-30-302. Electrical Plans ...................................................21 R4-30-303. Securing Seals ....................................................21 R4-30-304. Use of Seals ........................................................22 R4-30-305. Repealed .............................................................22 R4-30-306. Securing and Using Identifying Markers ...........22 R4-30-307. Repealed .............................................................23

Appendix A. Sample Seals........................................................24 Appendix B. Repealed .............................................................25 Appendix C. Repealed .............................................................25 Appendix D. Repealed .............................................................25 Appendix E. Repealed .............................................................25 Appendix F. Repealed .............................................................25

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R4-30-101. Definitions The following definitions apply in this Chapter unless the context otherwise requires:

1. "Act" means the Technical Registration Act, A.R.S. Title 32, Chapter 1.

2. "Active engagement" means actually practicing or providing architectural, engineering, geological, landscape architectural, or land surveying services.

3. "Bona fide employee" means: a. Any person employed by a town, city, county, state, or federal agency working under the direction or supervision of a registrant; b. Any person employed by a business entity and working under the direct supervision of a registrant who is also employed by the same business entity; or c. Any person working under the direct supervision of a registrant who: i. Receives direct wages from the registrant; ii. Receives contract compensation from the registrant; or iii. Receives direct wages from the project prime professional who has a contract with another registrant and whose work product is the responsibility of the latter registrant.

4. "Branch" means a specialty area within the category of engineering.

5. "Category" means the professions of architecture, , geology, engineering, landscape architecture, and land surveying.

6. "De minimis violations" means violations of Board statutes or rules that do not present a threat to public welfare, health, or safety.

7. "Design team" means a group of individuals that includes one or more professional registrants collaborating with any other individuals on a specific project to develop professional documents.

8. "Detached single family dwelling" as used in the Act means a single family dwelling unit such as a house, which is structurally and physically separate from all other family dwelling units. This does not mean any single family dwelling unit which is part of a multiple dwelling unit building such as a duplex, townhouse, apartment building, condominium, or cooperative. The term "detached single family dwelling" also includes all subsidiary buildings, structures and improvements such as garage, storage areas, swimming pool, and landscaping.

9. "Direct supervision" means a registrant's critical examination and evaluation of a bona fide employee's work product, during and after the preparation, for purposes of compliance with applicable laws, codes, ordinances, and regulations pertaining to professional practice.

10. "Experience" is classified as follows: a. "Subprofessional experience" means task work done under direct supervision and not falling within the definition of professional experience, including but not limited to time spent as a rodman, chainman, recorder, instrument technician, survey aide, technician, clerk of the works, or similar work. b. "Professional experience" means a diversity of work calling for substantial technical knowledge, skill, and responsibility as well as a lesser degree of supervision necessary to ensure that good judgment is applied to protect the public during the course and scope of projects.

c. "Responsible charge experience" means work in the field or in the office, where the applicant/registrant had responsibility for the direction of the work and its successful accomplishment and where the applicant/registrant had to make professional decisions without relying on advice or instructions from or first referring the decisions for approval to a superior.

d. "Design experience" means professional experience, including work defined under "responsible charge experience," where the applicant/registrant must fulfill the requirements of local circumstances and conditions and yet not violate any of the requirements of the profession and ensure that the executed plan meets the purpose for which it was designed.

11. "Federal agency" means the United States or any agency or instrumentality, corporate or otherwise, of the United States.

12. "Good moral character and repute" means that the registration or certification applicant/registrant: a. Has not been convicted of a felony or equivalent offense in another jurisdiction as defined in A.R.S. ? 13-601. b. Has not been convicted of misdemeanor or equivalent offense in another jurisdiction if the offense has a reasonable relationship to the functions of the employment or category for which the registration, certification, or designation is sought; c. Has not, within five years of application for registration or certification, committed any act involving dishonesty, fraud, misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, gross negligence, or incompetence reasonably related to the candidate's proposed area of practice; d. Is not currently incarcerated in a penal institution; e. Has not engaged in fraud or misrepresentation in connection with the application for registration, certification, or related examination; f. Has not had a registration or certification revoked or suspended for cause by this state or by any other jurisdiction, or surrendered a professional license in lieu of disciplinary action; g. Has not practiced without the required technical registration or certification in this state or in another jurisdiction within the two years immediately preceding the filing of the application for registration or certification; and h. Has not, within five years of application for registration or certification, committed an act that would constitute unprofessional conduct, as set forth in R430-301 or R4-30-301.01.

13. "Gross negligence" means a substantial deviation in professional practice from the standard of professional care exercised by members of the applicant's/registrant's profession, or a substantial deviation from any technical standards issued by a nationally recognized professional organization comprised of members of the applicant's/ registrant's profession, or a substantial deviation from requirements contained in state, municipal, and county laws, ordinances, and regulations pertaining to the registrant's professional practice.

14. "Incompetence" means to lack the professional qualifications, experience, or education to undertake a professional engagement or assignment.

15. "Insufficient evidence to support disciplinary action" means:

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a. The Board determines there was no evidence to war-

rant disciplinary action, but believes that continua-

tion of the actions leading to the investigation may

result in future Board action against the registrant; or

b. The Board determines that there were de minimis

violations of Board statutes or rules, but no disci-

plinary action should be taken against the certifica-

tion or registration and that a letter of concern would

be as effective a resolution as a letter of reprimand in

deterring future violations of a like nature.

16. "Other misconduct" means the applicant/registrant:

a.

Has knowingly acted in violation or knowingly

failed to act in compliance with any provisions of

the Act, or rules of the Board or any state, munici-

pal, or county law, code, ordinance, or regulation

pertaining to the practice of the applicant's/regis-

trant's profession; or

b. Has refused to respond fully to a Board inquiry relat-

ing to an applicant's/registrant's qualifying experi-

ence, or provided the Board with false information

relating to an applicant's/registrant's qualifying

experience.

17. "Practicing" means offering or performing professional

services regulated by the Act within the state of Arizona.

18. "Prepared" means to exercise direct supervision over the

preparation of professional documents.

19. "Professional documents" mean the professional work

product of a registrant that requires professional judg-

ment, design, analysis, or conclusions, including original

plans, drawings, maps, plats, reports, written opinions,

specifications, and calculations.

20. "Project Prime Professional" means the registrant is

responsible for the coordination, continuity, and compati-

bility of each collaborating registrant's work (when

retained by the project prime professional).

21. "Public works" project means a work or undertaking that

is financed, in whole or in part, by a federal agency or by

a state public body, as defined in this Article.

22. "Registrant" means a person or firm who has been

granted registration or certification to practice any profes-

sion regulated pursuant to the Act.

23. "Retired from active practice" means that the registrant

no longer performs professional services.

24. "State public body" means the state or a county, city,

town, municipal corporation, authority, or any other sub-

division, agency, or instrumentality of such an entity, cor-

porate or otherwise.

25. "Structure" as used in the Act means any constructed or

designed improvement or improvements to real property

including all onsite improvements, fixed equipment, and

landscaping, pursuant to an engagement or project.

Historical Note Adopted effective August 3, 1983 (Supp. 83-4). Amended effective December 18, 1991 (Supp. 91-4). Amended effective May 1, 1995 (Supp. 95-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 6 A.A.R. 1018, effective February 25, 2000 (Supp. 00-1). Amended by emergency rulemaking at 8 A.A.R. 1102, effective February 19, 2002 for 180 days (Supp. 02-1). Emergency rulemaking renewed for an additional 180 days under A.R.S. ? 41-1026(D) at 8 A.A.R. 3842, effective August 14, 2002 (Supp. 02-3). Emergency expired; original Section amended by final rulemaking at 9 A.A.R. 791, effective February 12, 2003 (Supp. 03-1). Amended by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2798, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 13 A.A.R. 968, effective May 5,

2007 (Supp. 07-1). Amended by final rulemaking at 24 A.A.R. 1785, effective August 5, 2018 (Supp. 18-2).

R4-30-102. Home Inspection Definitions The following definitions apply to home inspection requirements in this Chapter:

1. "Parallel Inspection" means a home inspection completed by an applicant during the application process that is supervised by a certified home inspector acting as the Parallel Inspector, in the presence of no more than three other applicants. The applicant shall produce a written report for each Parallel Inspection, which the supervising certified home inspector, serving as the Parallel Inspector, shall review, analyze, correct, and return to the applicant within 10 calendar days after receiving the written report. The Parallel Inspector shall notate and instruct the applicant so that each report meets the Standards of Professional Practice for Arizona Home Inspectors. The applicant shall not perform any fee-paid Home Inspections during this Parallel Inspection period.

2. "Parallel Inspector" means an Arizona Certified Home Inspector who performs parallel inspections for a home inspector applicant so that the applicant can obtain a certification to conduct home inspections. A Parallel Inspector shall be in good standing with the Board and shall not have received any disciplinary action from the Board within the preceding three years. The Parallel Inspector shall have been continuously certified by the Board as a Home Inspector for at least five years and shall have conducted at least 250 fee-paid home inspections in the State of Arizona. The Applicant shall provide a signed Affidavit from the Parallel Inspector affirming that the Parallel Inspector has met this criteria to the Board with the application for certification.

3. "Peer Review" means a home inspection performed alongside a supervising Peer Reviewer in order to comply with the terms of Board ordered discipline. The Arizona Certified Home Inspector subject to Board ordered discipline shall, at the conclusion of each Peer Review, submit a written Home Inspection Report to the Peer Reviewer for analysis and review. The Peer Reviewer shall notate and instruct the Arizona Certified Home Inspector subject to Board ordered discipline in order for the report to meet the Standards of Professional Practice for Arizona Home Inspectors. The Arizona Certified Home Inspector subject to Board ordered discipline shall not perform any feepaid Home Inspections during this Peer Review period.

4. "Peer Reviewer" means an Arizona Certified Home Inspector performing peer review inspections for a home inspector subject to Board ordered discipline so that inspector can fulfill the terms of the ordered discipline. A Peer Reviewer shall be in good standing with the Board and shall not have received any disciplinary action from the Board within the preceding three years. The Peer Reviewer shall have been continuously certified by the Board as a home inspector for at least five years and shall have conducted at least 250 fee-paid home inspections in the State of Arizona. The Arizona Certified Home Inspector subject to Board ordered discipline shall provide the Board with a signed Affidavit from the Peer Reviewer affirming that the Peer Reviewer has met these criterion at the conclusion of each peer review inspection.

5. "Report Checklist Supplement" a tool designed to assist home inspector applicants, parallel inspectors, peer reviewers, application reviewers, enforcement advisory evaluators and certified home inspectors when reviewing or filling out an application for home inspector certifica-

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tion and a home inspection report. The "Report Checklist Supplement" is not a substitute for the current version of the "Standards of Professional Practice."

D. Application fee refunds are not allowed after the application has been assigned an application number and processing commences.

Historical Note Adopted effective August 3, 1983 (Supp. 83-4). Repealed effective December 18, 1991 (Supp. 91-4). New Section made by emergency rulemaking at 8 A.A.R. 1102, effective February 19, 2002 for 180 days (Supp. 02-1). Emer-

gency rulemaking amended and renewed for an additional 180 days under A.R.S. ? 41-1026(D) at 8 A.A.R. 3842, effective August 14, 2002 (Supp. 02-3). Emergency expired; new Section made by final rulemaking at 9 A.A.R. 791, effective February 12, 2003 (Supp. 03-1). Amended by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2798, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 24 A.A.R. 1785, effective August 5, 2018

(Supp. 18-2).

R4-30-103. Repealed

Historical Note Adopted effective August 3, 1983 (Supp. 83-4). Repealed effective December 18, 1991 (Supp. 91-4). New Section made by exempt rulemaking at 9 A.A.R. 1412, effective April 15, 2003 (Supp. 03-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2798, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 19 A.A.R. 1911, effective October 7, 2013 (Supp. 13-3). Repealed by final rulemaking at 24 A.A.R. 1785, effective August 5, 2018

(Supp. 18-2).

R4-30-104. Repealed

Historical Note Adopted effective August 3, 1983 (Supp. 83-4). Repealed

effective December 18, 1991 (Supp. 91-4).

R4-30-105. Repealed

Historical Note Adopted effective August 3, 1983 (Supp. 83-4). Repealed

effective December 18, 1991 (Supp. 91-4).

R4-30-106. Fees A. The Board shall charge the following fees:

1. A computer generated list of registrants for a non-commercial purpose is $0.25 per name, with a maximum fee of $300.00.

2. A computer generated list of registrants for a commercial purpose is $0.25 per name, with a minimum fee of $250.00.

3. The photocopy fee is $1.00 for up to three pages followed by a $0.25 fee for each additional page.

4. The replacement certificate fee for registrants and certificate holders is $10.00 per certificate.

5. The recording medium copy fee is $15.00 per recording. 6. The local examination review fee is $30.00 per hour. 7. The returned check fee is $25.00 per check. 8. The verification of registration or certification fee is

$25.00 per verification. 9. The laminated pocket card fee is $10.00 per card. B. A person paying fees shall remit them in United States dollars in the form of cash, check, money order, or credit card. If a check is returned for insufficient funds, repayment, including payment of the returned check charge, shall be made in the form of cash, money order, or certified check. C. Upon written request, the Board shall waive renewal fees for registrants whose registration is in inactive status.

Historical Note Adopted effective August 3, 1983 (Supp. 83-4). Emergency amendments adopted effective May 7, 1990, pursuant to A.R.S. ? 41-1026, valid for only 90 days (Supp. 90-2). Emergency amendments readopted without change effective August 8, 1990, pursuant to A.R.S. ? 41-1026, valid for only 90 days (Supp. 90-3). Emergency expired. Emergency amendments readopted without change effective February 13, 1991, pursuant to A.R.S. ? 41-1026, valid for only 90 days (Supp. 91-1). Emergency expired. Emergency amendments readopted without change effective May 31, 1991, pursuant to A.R.S. ? 41-1026, valid for only 90 days (Supp. 91-2). Emergency expired. Emergency amendments readopted with changes effective October 22, 1991, pursuant to A.R.S. ? 41-1026, valid for only 90 days (Supp. 91-4). Emergency amendments permanently adopted with changes effective December 18,

1991 (Supp. 91-4). Amended effective July 6, 1993 (Supp. 93-3). Amended effective May 1, 1995 (Supp. 95-

2). Amended effective January 12, 1996 (Supp. 96-1). Amended effective January 15, 1998 (Supp. 98-1).

Amended by final rulemaking at 6 A.A.R. 1018, effective February 25, 2000 (Supp. 00-1). Amended by emergency rulemaking at 8 A.A.R. 1102, effective February 19, 2002

for 180 days (Supp. 02-1). Emergency rulemaking renewed for an additional 180 days under A.R.S. ? 411026(D) at 8 A.A.R. 3842, effective August 14, 2002

(Supp. 02-3). Emergency expired; original Section amended by final rulemaking at 9 A.A.R. 791, effective February 12, 2003 (Supp. 03-1). Amended by exempt rulemaking at 9 A.A.R. 1412, effective April 15, 2003 (Supp. 03-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 10 A.A.R. 2798, effective August 7, 2004 (Supp. 04-2). Amended by final rulemaking at 24 A.A.R. 1785, effective August

5, 2018 (Supp. 18-2).

R4-30-107. Registration and Certification Expiration Dates A. Registrants with triennial registration have expiration dates

based on the date of initial registration. The following table indicates triennial registration renewal periods:

Initial Registration Granted Date

Initial Triennial Renewal Expiration Date

Jan. 1 through Mar. 31 Apr. 1 through Jun. 30 Jul. 1 through Sept. 30 Oct. 1 through Dec. 31

Three years from Mar. 31 Three years from Jun. 30 Three years from Sept. 30 Three years from Dec. 31

B. Subsequent triennial renewal dates will be three years from the initial triennial renewal expiration date.

C. All annual registrations and certifications expire one year from the date of issuance.

D. Alarm business certifications expire three years from the date the certification is granted and subsequently every three years thereafter.

E. Alarm controlling persons and alarm agent certifications expire three years from the date the certification was granted and subsequently every three years thereafter.

Historical Note Adopted effective August 3, 1983 (Supp. 83-4). Amended effective December 18, 1991 (Supp. 91-4). Amended by emergency rulemaking at 8 A.A.R. 1102, effective February 19, 2002 for 180 days (Supp. 02-1).

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