Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 87. Real Estate Appraisers
Section 300. Retention of Records.
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AS 08.87.300. Retention of Records.

(a) A certified real estate appraiser shall retain for not less than three years copies of all written contracts engaging the appraiser's services for real property appraisal work, and all reports and supporting data assembled and formulated by the appraiser in preparing the reports.

(b) The three-year period specified in (a) of this section for retention of records is applicable to each engagement of the services of the appraiser and commences upon the date of the submittal of the appraisal reports to the client unless, within the three-year period, the appraiser is notified that the appraisal report is involved in litigation, in which case the three-year retention period commences upon the date of the final disposition of the litigation.

(c) All records that a certified appraiser must maintain under (a) of this section shall be made available to the board or department for inspection and copying upon reasonable notice to the appraiser.

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