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License periods, renewals and fees
Real Property (RPP) CHAPTER 50, ARTICLE 12-B
§ 444-f. License periods, renewals and fees. 1. Home inspector
licenses and renewals thereof shall be issued for a period of two years,
except that the secretary may, in order to stagger the expiration date
thereof, provide that those licenses first issued or renewed after the
effective date of this section shall expire or become void on a date
fixed by the secretary, not sooner than six months nor later than
twenty-nine months after the date of issue. No renewal of a license
shall be issued unless the applicant has successfully completed a course
of continuing education approved by the secretary.

2. The secretary shall collect a fee of two hundred fifty dollars for
the first application for a license and the license as a home inspector.
The secretary shall collect a fee of one hundred dollars to renew a home
inspector license. The secretary shall collect an examination fee of
fifty dollars. All fees and any fines imposed by the secretary pursuant
to this article shall be deposited in the business and licensing
services account established pursuant to section ninety-seven-y of the
state finance law.