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The following statements are true with respect to the members of the Florida Real Estate Commission EXCEPT that they

A. are a mix of real estate practitioners and consumer members.
B. are accountable to the governor for proper performance.
C. are DBPR employees.
D. depend on the DRE for their administrative assistance.
C. are DBPR employees.
Members of the FREC are appointed by the

A. governor and confirm
ed by the cabinet.
B. governor and confirmed by the DBPR Secretary.
C. DBPR Secretary and confirmed by the governor.
D. governor and confirmed by the state Senate.
D. governor and confirmed by the state Senate.
The Commission's purpose is to regulate

A. real estate brokers, broker associates, and sales associates
B. real estate schools and instructors.
C. real estate brokerage firms.
D. all of the above.
D. all of the above.
A holder of a voluntarily inactive license on active duty with the U.S. Army is required to renew his or her license

A. every two years.
B. on discharge.
C. within one year after discharge.
D. within six months after discharge.
D. within six months after discharge.
The term of office for each Commission member is

A. two years.
B. four years.
C. five years.
D. seven years.
B. four years.
The members of the Commission receive

A. no compensation for their services.
B. only a per-diem fee when on official business.
C. $50 per day when on official business, plus expenses.
D. an annual salary equal to a state legislator's annual salary.
C. $50 per day when on official business, plus expenses.
Legal counsel to the Commission is provided by

A. the DRE chief staff attorney and his or her staff.
B. the Florida Bar Association.
C. the Division of Administrative Hearings.
D. independent counsel with the prior approval of the attorney general.
D. independent counsel with the prior approval of the attorney general.
The Commission is NOT empowered to

A. make determinations of violations.
B. impose administrative fines.
C. levy fines and imprisonment as penalties for certain crimes.
D. adopt an official seal that, when used on a document, certificate, proceeding, or act of the Commission, is prima facie evidence of its authenticity in all matters of law in this state.
C. levy fines and imprisonment as penalties for certain crimes.
Specific responsibilities of the FREC do NOT include
A. determining the amount of licensing fees needed to operate the Commission.
B. reporting criminal violations to the state's attorney.
C. informing the Division of Florida Land Sales, Condominiums, and Mobile Homes, of disciplinary action against any of its licensees.
D. providing the services necessary for the preparation and administration of licensing examinations.
D. providing the services necessary for the preparation and administration of licensing examinations.
Fees assessed by the Commission are to be used for

A. general state revenues.
B. overall DBPR activities.
C. the regulation of all DBPR licensees.
D. the regulation of real estate practitioners.
D. the regulation of real estate practitioners.
Sales associate Jenny recently moved from Dunedin, Florida, to High Springs, Florida.

A. Jenny must notify the DRE of her change in current mailing address within 60 days of the change.
B. Jenny must notify the DRE of her change in current mailing address within 10 days of the change.
C. If Jenny does not change brokers, she is not required to notify the DRE of her change in mailing address.
D. Jenny's license is automatically canceled until she notifies the DRE of her change in current mailing address.
B. Jenny must notify the DRE of her change in current mailing address within 10 days of the change.
Sales associate Sal is employed by Broker Barb. Barb's license is suspended. This action causes Sal's license to be

A. placed in involuntarily inactive status.
B. suspended.
C. revoked.
D. unaffected.
A. placed in involuntarily inactive status.
When an active broker changes his or her business address and the broker notifies the FREC within the required ten days, the licenses of the sales associates

A. remain in force.
B. cease to be in force.
C. are null and void.
D. are temporarily ineffective.
A. remain in force.
If an active licensee fails to renew her third two-year license before the expiration date on the license, the license will

A. revert automatically to involuntarily inactive status at the end of the license period.
B. be suspended automatically.
C. be canceled, and the licensee will have to retake both the course and the licensing exams.
D. be canceled, and the licensee will have to retake the licensing exam only.
A. revert automatically to involuntarily inactive status at the end of the license period.
An involuntarily inactive license will automatically expire without further action by the FREC or the DBPR after

A. two years.
B. four years.
C. five years.
D. ten years.
A. two years.
Who may NOT reactivate a license to active status?

A. A voluntarily inactive sales associate
B. A licensed corporate director of a real estate company
C. An involuntarily inactive broker
D. A sales associate who did not complete his or her post-licensing education prior to the expiration of the initial license
D. A sales associate who did not complete his or her post-licensing education prior to the expiration of the initial license
An owner-developer owns several properties with different names, but all are business entities closely connected and controlled by the owner-developer. A sales associate working for that owner-developer may legally obtain

A. a group license.
B. multiple licenses.
C. either a group license or multiple licenses, but not both.
D. neither a group license nor multiple licenses.
A. a group license.
Broker Vagabond moves his real estate office to a new, trendy location. He is so busy coordinating the move that he forgets to notify the DBPR. Broker Vagabond's license

A. will cease to be in force.
B. is null and void.
C. is automatically suspended.
D. is canceled.
A. will cease to be in force.
All of the following statements are true regarding the inactive status of a real estate licensee EXCEPT that a license

A. may be placed on voluntarily inactive status at any time at the request of the licensee.
B. that has been on involuntarily inactive status for more than two years shall expire automatically.
C. that has been on voluntarily inactive status may be reactivated by making application to the DBPR and submitting proof of completing the education requirement and payment of the appropriate fees.
D. that has been on involuntarily inactive status automatically expires at the end of four years.
D. that has been on involuntarily inactive status automatically expires at the end of four years.
Sandi decides to relocate her real estate brokerage office. She notifies the Commission of the change in business address. Sandi also informs the Commission of the names of two sales associates who are no longer associated with her brokerage. The sales associates' licenses will be

A. suspended until they find new employment.
B. canceled.
C. null and void.
D. placed on involuntarily inactive status.
D. placed on involuntarily inactive status.