36-21A-33 Denial of application.
Denial of application.
An application may be denied for any one of the following
The applicant has written insufficient funds checks within the calendar year before
application or has written an insufficient funds check for the application;
The applicant has been convicted of a felony or of a misdemeanor involving moral
turpitude. If the applicant is a firm, a license may be denied if any partner, associate,
director, stockholder, officer or responsible broker has been convicted of a felony or of
a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude;
The applicant has been disciplined by a regulatory agency in relation to activities as a real
estate salesperson or broker, broker associate, firm, appraiser, mortgage broker, auctioneer
or any other regulated licensee, including insurance, securities, law and commodities
The applicant has failed to satisfy the requirements as provided by this chapter;
The applicant has failed the prelicense school examination;
The applicant has not met education requirements;
The applicant made deliberate misstatements, deliberate omissions, misrepresentations
or untruths in the application; or
The applicant has a current and unpaid judgment filed against the applicant.
SL 1992, ch 273, § 33; SL 1993, ch 290; SL 2011, ch 180, § 2.