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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 8. Business and Professions
- Chapter 18. Construction Contractors and Home Inspectors
- Section 53. Identification Requirements For Home Inspectors.
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AS 08.18.053. Identification Requirements For Home Inspectors.
- (a) Except as provided otherwise by law, an individual who is registered as a home inspector or associate home inspector
under this chapter by one name may not act in the capacity of a home inspector or associate home inspector under any
- (b) All advertising and business cards prepared by a registered home inspector or associate home inspector for the home
inspection business must show the inspector's name, mailing address, and registration number. An advertisement that directs potential customers to a home inspector's Internet website or landing page satisfies the requirements of this subsection if the advertisement states that the information required by this subsection is contained on the Internet website or landing page and the Internet website or landing page contains the required information.
- (c) Individual registered home inspectors and partners, associates, agents, salespeople, solicitors, officers, and
employees of registered home inspectors shall use their true names and addresses and the true name of the home
inspecting firm at all times while acting in the capacity of a registered home inspector or performing related
- (d) Individuals who are exempt from registration under AS 08.18.156
(a) or whose actions are not considered to be home inspections under AS 08.18.156(b) may not hold themselves out to be registered
home inspectors or use words or titles that may reasonably be confused with the title of "registered home inspector" or
"home inspector" unless they are registered as a home inspector under this chapter.
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