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I understand that the information I provide within this application must be true, complete and original. If I make a false statement and/or upload tampered/forged supporting documentation on this application, my license will be revoked and I will be permanently barred from consideration of licensure to practice in the real estate industry in the District of Columbia.
Real Estate License Type
Are you changing real estate companies?
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Do you owe any outstanding debt over $100 to the District government as a result of any fine, fee, penalty, interest, or past due taxes as stipulated in the "Clean Hands Before Receiving a License or Permit Act of 1996" (DC Law 11-118, DC Code §47-2861 et seq.)?
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Do you owe any outstanding debt to the District government as a result of any past due child support payments as stipulated in the “Child Support and Welfare Reform Compliance Amendment Act of 2000“ (DC Law 13-269, DC Code §46-225.01)?
Have you been convicted of a crime (other than minor traffic violations) since your last renewal?
Since your last renewal, has any authority taken adverse action against your license or privileges?
Upload Official Employment Letter from New Real Estate Company
I certify that the above statements on this application are true and complete to the best knowledge and belief. I agree to comply with all applicable laws and regulations of the District of Columbia. I/We understand that, anyone who makes a false statement on this form can be criminally prosecuted; and, if convicted, fined up to $1000, imprisoned up to 180 days, or both, under D.C. Official Code § 22-2405.
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