My question is that in Missouri, the statures state that you have to have a Commercial Applicators license to do WDI for Real Estate transactions. Can you end up becoming your own CA or do you have to be under a Pesticide Applicator company. I was unclear because some home inspectors seem to fill in the NPMA33 form but arent under direct supervision of a CA type company that is implied in the language below. ANy clarity from MO inspectors is appreciated. Steve
According to Missouri Law I found:
MO Stature 281.116. Any person performing inspections for evidence of wood-destroying insects at the request of the buyer, seller or lending institution for real estate transactions shall have in effect a valid Missouri certified commercial applicator’s license, pesticide technician’s license working under the direct supervision of a certified commercial applicator, certified noncommercial applicator’s license or a certified public operator’s license in subcategory 7b-termite pest control issued pursuant to chapter 281.
(L. 2001 H.B. 567 § 324.530)