Article 422-247 into force from to
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The appraiser(s) shall be appointed by the general meeting for a five-year term from the list of forest appraisers following the AMF's acceptance of the candidate put forward by the management company.
The appraiser put forward must be on the list of forest appraisers provided for by Article R. 171-9 of the Rural Code. The AMF shall be entitled to require further information.
Unless the AMF asks for further information, the candidate shall be deemed to be accepted by the AMF two months after the filing of a full application.
Applications for renewal of appraisers must be presented to the AMF at least three months before the end of the financial year.
If the AMF deems that, during the forest appraiser's term, the eligibility requirements are no longer being met, it shall so notify the management company, which shall then put forward a new candidate and propose the appointment of the candidate to the general meeting.
Similarly, if the forest appraiser is no longer on the list of forest appraisers provided for by Article R. 171-9 of the Rural Code, the management company shall so notify the AMF and put forward a new candidate and propose the appointment of the candidate to the general meeting.
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