Nebraska

Originally Posted By: mbailey
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Nebraska currently has pending legislation for home inspectors ? details as of April 1, 2003 are below:


Legislative Bill 767 (LB767) - A BILL FOR AN ACT relating to home inspections; to require licensing of home inspectors; to define terms; to provide powers and duties; and to provide an operative date.
January 22nd, 2003 ? read first time.
January 24th, 2003 ? referred to Health and Human Services Committee.

Last day of legislative session is May 30th, 2003.

Bill becomes operative January 1st, 2004 if passed.

Refer to the following link for the bill in its entirety:
http://srvwww.unicam.state.ne.us/pdfs/current/INTRO_LB767.pdf

General requirements as noted below:
In order to qualify for a license under LB 767, a person shall: have successfully completed high
school or its equivalent; be at least 21-years-old; have successfully completed an approved
course of study of at least 60 hours; have passed an examination as prescribed by the board; and
provide a certificate of insurance for general liability insurance and surety bond.
Home inspection licenses issued under the provisions of LB 767 shall be valid for two years.
Fees established by the board for an initial license and the license examination shall not exceed
$250. Licenses may be renewed without an examination upon the payment of a renewal fee not
to exceed $150 and upon the completion of twenty hours of continuing education.

Nebraska Legislature Website ?
http://www.unicam.state.ne.us/

Nebraska Blue Book Online-
http://www.unicam.state.ne.us/bluebook/index.htm
* Information about state government, economy, geography, history, etc?

State Website ?
http://www.state.ne.us/


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Mark Bailey
Stonegate Property Inspections LLC
Ponca, NE

Originally Posted By: jmyers
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You know sooner or later this high school or equivalent part of these laws are going to be challenged. Wonder how long it will take?


Joe Myers


Originally Posted By: mbailey
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Update:


LB767 is being held by the Health and Human Services Committee for further study. Action on the bill could be considered during next year?s session.



Mark Bailey


Stonegate Property Inspections LLC


Ponca, NE