61J2-24.003 Notification of Noncompliance.(1) Pursuant to Sections 455.225(3) and 120.695, F.S., the Commission sets forth below those statutes and rules which are considered minor violations for which the DBPR shall provide a licensee, registrant or permitholder with a notice of noncompliance. A violation is considered a minor violation if it does not result in economic or physical harm to a person or adversely affect the public health, safety, or welfare or create a significant threat of such harm. The notice of noncompliance shall only be issued for an initial offense of a listed minor violation. For purposes of this rule, the descriptions of the violations listed below are abbreviated and the statute or rule that is listed should be consulted for a complete description of the prohibited conduct.
- failure to have a distance education instructor available.
- failure to inform students of course standards and requirements.
- failure to provide a course completion report to a student.
- sales associate or broker associate serving as officer or director of a registered brokerage corporation.
- failure to maintain the office entrance sign as required.
- failure to perform the required act within the stated time frame but does so no later than 30 days after the stated time frame.
- failure to register a trade name with the Division of Real Estate.
- failure to sign the escrow account reconciliation if the account balances.
- failure to stop interest from accruing prior to disbursement.
- failure to keep registration records, course, rosters, attendance records, a file copy of each examination and progress test, and all student answer sheets for a period of at least 3 years subsequent to the beginning of each course and make them available to the department for inspection and copying upon request.
- improper use of a guest lecturer.
- improper recruiting; failure to post the required statement.
- for a first violation, failure to adhere to team advertising requirements after July 1, 2019.