2017 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 60 - Business Licenses
Article 14 - Manufactured Housing
Section 60-14-10 - Qualifying party; examination; certificate.

Universal Citation: NM Stat § 60-14-10 (2017)

60-14-10. Qualifying party; examination; certificate.

A. Except as provided in Subsection C of this section, no certificate of qualification shall be issued to any individual desiring to be a qualifying party until he has passed with a satisfactory score an examination prepared, administered and graded by the division.

B. The examination where applicable shall consist of:

(1) general business knowledge, the rules and regulations of the division and committee and the provisions of the Manufactured Housing Act [this article];

(2) technical knowledge and familiarity with the prescribed codes and minimum standards, which may be prepared and administered by an employee of the division who is expert in the particular classification for which certification is sought; and

(3) general knowledge of the statutes of this state relating to the sale, exchange or lease of manufactured homes, contracts of sale, agency and brokerage.

C. If a licensee is subject to suspension by the committee for failure of the licensee to have a qualifying party in his employ, and the employment of the qualifying party is terminated without fault of the licensee, then an employee of the licensee who is experienced in the classification for which the certificate of qualification was issued and who has been employed two or more years by the licensee shall be issued without examination a temporary certificate of qualification in the classification for which the licensee is licensed. The temporary qualifying party shall be subject to passing the examination as set forth in this section within one year from the date of the temporary certificate's issuance.

D. A certificate of qualification is not transferable.

History: 1953 Comp., 67-41-10, enacted by Laws 1975, ch. 331, 10; 1977, ch. 245, 224; 1983, ch. 295, 16.

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