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1

Courts can impose criminal and civil penalties against a licensee; FREC can impose _____ penalties.

administrative

2

The civil penalty for unlicensed practice of real estate is a min of _____ to a max of _____.

$500
$5000

3

Criminal violations of Chapter 475 are usually _____ degree _____.

second degree misdemeanors

4

Rental nformation violations are considered _____ degree _____.

first degree misdemeanors

5

Unlicensed activity is considered a _____ degree _____.

third degree felony

6

If a licensee commits fraud or an unlicensed person performs a transaction, commission ______ due.

FREC _____ deny payment of a commission to a licensee.

7

FREC _____ deny payment of a commission to a licensee.

can not

8

Administrative fines FREC can impose are a max of _____.

$5,000

9

Maximum suspension time is _____.

10 years

10

The _____ routinely inspects and audits licensees.

DRE

11

Licensees are allowed _____ days after receiving notice of noncompliance to correct violations before they become citations.

15

12

Disciplinary process step 1 is _____.

complaint

13

Formal complaints must be submitted to the _____, Division of Real Estate, Department of Business Professional Regulation.

Bureau of Enforcement

14

During the second step of the disciplinary process, investigation, investigators _____ issue subpoenas.

cannot

15

During the second step of the disciplinary process, investigation, the report _____ contain opinions or recommendations.

cannot

16

true/false: Licensees can have administrative, civil, and criminal penalties imposed for the same offense.

true

17

Probation is _____ days unless otherwise stated.

90

18

The second step of the disciplinary process is _____.

investigation

19

The third step of the disciplinary process is _____.

Probable Cause Panel

20

The third step of the disciplinary process, the Probable Cause Panel, consist of _____ members of FREC.

2

21

The Probable Cause Panel has _____ days to recommend dismissal of the case or issue a formal complaint.

30

22

A formal complaint, step 4 of the disciplinary process is also called an _____.

administrative complaint

23

Step 5 of the disciplinary process is _____.

formal/informal hearing

24

If the respondent disputes the facts of the case brought against them, a ______ will occur.

formal hearing

25

The issuance of a formal complaint begins the exercising of the _____ power.

quasi-judicial

26

During a formal hearing, a respondent may request an _____ subpoena a witness.

administrative law judge

27

Within 90 days of the conclusion of a formal hearing, the administrative law judge submits a _____ to FREC.

recommended order

28

Once the recommended order is received by the FREC, they enter their _____, which is step 6.

final order

29

Step 7 of the disciplinary process is _____.

appeal

30

true/false: The DBPR can issue a cease and desist order to an unlicensed individual.

true