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54-2060.  Grounds for disciplinary action. A person found guilty of misconduct while performing or attempting to perform any act requiring an Idaho real estate broker or salesperson’s license, regardless of whether the act was for the person’s own account or in his capacity as broker or salesperson, shall be subject to disciplinary action by the commission. The following acts shall constitute misconduct within the meaning of this section:
(1)  Making fraudulent misrepresentations;
(2)  Engaging in a continued or flagrant course of misrepresentation or making of false promises, whether done personally or through agents or salespersons;
(3)  Failure to account for or remit any property, real or personal, or moneys coming into the person’s possession which belong to another;
(4)  Failure to keep adequate records of all property transactions in which the person acts in the capacity of real estate broker or salesperson;
(5)  Failure or refusal, upon lawful demand, to disclose any information within the person’s knowledge, or to produce any documents, books or records in the person’s possession for inspection by the commission or its authorized representative;
(6)  Acting as a real estate broker or salesperson under an assumed name;
(7)  Employment of fraud, deception, misrepresentation, misstatement or any unlawful means in applying for or securing a license to act as a real estate broker or salesperson in the state of Idaho;
(8)  Using, proposing to use, or agreeing to use a "double contract" as prohibited in section 54-2054(5), Idaho Code;
(9)  Seeking or receiving a "kickback" or rebate prohibited in section 54-2054(6), Idaho Code;
(10) Violation of any provision of sections 54-2001 through 54-2097, Idaho Code, or any administrative rule made or promulgated by the commission or any final order of the commission;
(11) Any other conduct whether of the same or a different character than hereinabove specified which constitutes dishonest or dishonorable dealings;
(12) Gross negligence or reckless conduct in a regulated real estate transaction. Conduct is grossly negligent or reckless if, when taken as a whole, it is conduct which substantially fails to meet the generally accepted standard of care in the practice of real estate in Idaho.

[54-2060, added 2000, ch. 285, sec. 3, p. 946.]

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