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Due process
Executive (EXC) CHAPTER 18, ARTICLE 6-E
§ 160-v. Due process. 1. Before suspending or revoking any
certification or license, the department shall notify the state
certified or licensed real estate appraiser or licensed real estate
appraiser assistant in writing of any charges made at least twenty days
prior to the date set for the hearing and shall afford him or her an
opportunity to be heard in person or by counsel.

2. The written notice may be served either personally or sent by
certified mail to the last known business address of the appraiser.

3. The department shall have the power to subpoena and issue subpoena
duces tecum and to take testimony by deposition, in the same manner as
prescribed by law in judicial proceedings in the courts of this state.