467-9.6 Examination. (a) Every applicant for a real estate examination shall file an application with either the commission or the testing service agency designated by the commission pursuant to rules of the commission to provide the testing service. The application shall be in a form prescribed by the commission and shall include a certification statement that the applicant has fulfilled or will fulfill by the date of the examination, the prerequisites for examination. Every application shall be accompanied by an examination fee as determined by the commission by rules adopted pursuant to chapters 26 and 91. Applicants shall apply for real estate licenses in the manner prescribed by the commission.
Terms Used In Hawaii Revised Statutes 467-9.6
- Commission: means the real estate commission of the State. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 467-1
- Contract: A legal written agreement that becomes binding when signed.
- Real estate: means and includes lands, the improvements thereon, leaseholds, and all other interests in real property. See Hawaii Revised Statutes 467-1
(b) The commission may prescribe the passage of a specific section or sections of the examination for different purposes, including the following:
(1) A current out-of-state licensee requesting an equivalency to the uniform part of the state prelicensing examination based on previously passing the uniform portion of another state’s licensing examination or equivalent as determined by the commission. The approved equivalency will be for the respective examination passed in the other state;
(2) Equivalency to continuing education requirements as determined by the commission;
(3) Restoration of forfeited license; and
(4) Reinstatement of license due to disciplinary action, as determined by the commission;
subject to the contract with the testing service and submission of application and approval prior to application for the examination.