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FAQ: What does the Missouri Commission consider a conviction?

What does the Missouri Commission consider a conviction?

An application may be denied, or a real estate license may be revoked for the following reasons:

· Any person who has been shown to be guilty in a court of law for:

· Embezzlement

· Forgery

· Criminal Conspiracy to defraud, among other convictions. Missouri Statute 556.061.(8).

Criminal Offenses That Cause Denial of Application or Revocation of Current Real Estate License

Missouri Statute 339.100.5, RSMo.

An application may be denied, or a real estate license may be revoked for the following reasons:

· The applicant has pleaded guilty to the offenses, or similar offenses, that are detailed below.

· Entered a plea of nolo contendere to the offenses, or similar offenses, that are detailed below.

· Has been found guilty to the offenses, or similar offenses, that are detailed below.

· A dangerous felony (as defined by Missouri Statute 556.061) like murder in the first degree. Missouri Statute 339.100.5(1). Other examples of dangerous felonies include arson, forcible rape, kidnapping, assault of a law enforcement member, domestic assault, any type of senior abuse, rape, or sodomy of a child less than 12 years of age.

· Sexual assaults including statutory rape, sodomy, child molestation, or sexual misconduct involving a child, among other sexual offenses. Missouri Statute 339.100.5(2).

· Family and related offenses including abandonment, incest, child abuse, trafficking of children, and promoting a sexual performance by a child, among other offenses. Missouri Statute 339.100.5(3).

· Child pornography offenses which include promoting obscenity, the possession of child pornography, giving child pornography with children as contents, among other offenses. Missouri Statute 339.100. (4).

· Mortgage fraud, as defined by Missouri Statute 339.100.5(5).


Related Questions

Can I get my Missouri license if I have a prior conviction?

Certain convictions will automatically result in the denial of a real estate application. However, the Missouri Real Estate Commission has the authority to deny a real estate license application for convictions that do not result in an automatic denial.

What does the Missouri Commission consider a conviction?

An application may be denied, or a real estate license may be revoked for the following reasons: · Any person who has been shown to be guilty in a court of law for: · Embezzlement · Forgery · Criminal Conspiracy to defraud, among other convictions. Missouri Statute 556.061.(8).

What past criminal activity must I disclose to the MREC?

The Missouri real estate application must disclose information regarding an applicant’s past criminal, including felony and or misdemeanor charges.

How should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the MREC?

The information regarding past criminal behavior must be included in section 1B of the Missouri real estate application, with additional information included on a separate piece of paper if needed.

When should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the MREC?

Criminal activity that has occurred during a real estate license applicant’s past must be disclosed on the real estate application provided by the Missouri Real Estate Commission.

Am I required to disclose a bankruptcy when applying for a MO license?

According to the Missouri Real Estate Commission, personal bankruptcy has no impact on license eligibility and, therefore, does NOT need to be revealed on the real estate license application.

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