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FAQ: How should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the UT Commission

How should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the UT Commission

Any applicant on parole or probation at the time of application for a crime for an act of violence or physical coercion shall need to provide documentation from two licensed therapists approved by the Division to the Commission stating you are no longer a danger to the public.

Other forms of prior criminal activity will be disclosed in the sales agent application.

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

The Utah Division of Real Estate can deny or restrict a license based on your conviction history. The Division of Real Estate will not issue a license if you have a felony conviction within the last five years or a misdemeanor showing evidence of moral turpitude, misrepresentation, or fraud within the last three years.

What past criminal activity must I disclose to the Commission in UT?

When in doubt, disclose any past criminal history to the Utah Division of Real Estate.

How should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the UT Commission

You should disclose any prior criminal activity during the sales agent application unless you are currently on parole or probation. Then you need two licensed therapists to certify you as trustworthy and you must notify the UDRE.

When to disclose any prior criminal activity to the Commission in Utah

You will disclose your prior criminal activity on your sales agent application. You may need supporting documentation for the Commission to review.

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