Pursuant to A.R.S. 41-1033(J), the Governor's Regulator Council directed the AZBTR to modify the definition of "parallel inspector' found in A.A.C. R4-30-102(2) as follows:
[A]n Arizona Certified Home Inspector who performs parallel inspections for a home inspector applicant so that the applicant can obtain a certification to conduct home inspections. A Parallel Inspector shall be in good standing with the Board and shall not have received any disciplinary action from the Board within the preceding three years. The Parallel Inspector shall have been continuously certified by the Board as a Home Inspector for at least three years [emphasis added] and shall have conducted at least 250 fee-paid home inspections in the State of Arizona. The Applicant shall provide a signed Affidavit from the Parallel Inspector affirming that the Parallel Inspector has met this criteria to the Board with the application for certification.
The effective date of this change is April 18, 2019, the date the Board filed the change with the Secretary of State. Please note that the Secretary of State will publish the change in an upcoming code supplement (sometime in the summer). This change therefore will not be included in the rules posted on the SOS or AZBTR website until such time that the SOS publishes the code supplement.
If you have any questions, please contact AZBTR staff.