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2011 

 The fact that an occupant of real property is infected with HIV or diagnosed with AIDS is not a material fact that must be revealed in a real estate transaction. An owner of real property or his agent may not be sued for the failure to disclose to the buyer or tenant that an occupant of the prop...
11/28/2011
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination based on disability in employment, programs, and services provided by state and local governments, goods and services provided by private companies, and commercial facilities. A disability is defined by the ADA as a physical or me...
11/28/2011
1. Refuse to sell or rent a dwelling after a bona fied offer has been made, or to refuse to negotiate for the sale or rental of a dwelling because of race, color, religion, sex, familial status, or national origin, or to discriminate in the sale or rental of a dwelling because of handicap. 2. Dis...
11/28/2011
A licensee in good standing who is a member of the U.S. Armed Forces is exempt from renewal requirements during active duty and for six months after discharge from active duty If the military duty is out of state, the exemption also applies to a licensed spouse. The DBPR may issue a temporary rea...
11/28/2011
 Voluntary Inactive:  When a licensee has applied to the Department to be placed on inactive status and has paid the fee Involuntary Inactive:        When a license is not renewed at the end of the license period   A license must be Active to engage in real estate services.                   -  A...
11/28/2011
If a licensee fails to renew an active or voluntary inactive license before the expiration date (other than the first renewal), the license automatically reverts to involuntary inactive status. -        Licensee must complete continuing education and renew the license to active or voluntary  inac...
11/28/2011
 1.Voluntarily Inactive –Licensee has met all license requirements but chooses not to work in real estate.–A licensee fails to renew prior to expiration date.–When a brokers license is suspended or revoked.      Although no disciplinary action is taken against the sales associate registered under...
11/28/2011
 When certain events occur, a license will cease to be in force. The licensee cannot conduct business until the DBPR is properly notified. For Example:  When a sales associate leaves one brokerage seeking to work for another, until the associate is registered with the DBPR under the new employer,...
11/28/2011
 Multiple licenses are issued to brokers who qualifies as a broker for more than one business entity.  For each business that a person is a broker, a separate broker license must be obtained.  A broker that holds more than one Florida broker license is said to hold multiple license. Sales associa...
11/28/2011
 A Group licenses is sometimes issued to sales associates and broker associates who work for an owner-developer (real estate developer) An owner-developer may own properties in the names of various entities.  If the entities are all connected so that ownership and control is with the same individ...
11/28/2011
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