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FAQ: When should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the Commission?

When should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the Commission?

You disclose any prior criminal activity on your broker license application. However, if you have any questions regarding if your application will be denied based on prior criminal activity, call the IPLA (317) 234-3022 or email: pla10@pla.in.gov before pursuing your license.

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

Indiana will not permit a broker license if you have been convicted of any crime that impacts your ability to practice real estate competently, has endangered the public, shown lewd or immoral conduct, or would be grounds for sanctions by the state real estate commission.

What offenses would disqualify me from receiving an IN Broker License?

You will be unable to get a license if you have been convicted of crimes related to public harm or endangerment, lewd and immoral conduct, false advertising, fraudulent billing practices, or substance abuse. Any fraud to obtain your license is also grounds for not receiving a license.

What past criminal activity must I disclose to the IN Commission?

Your application will ask if you have been arrested, pled guilty or nolo contendere to any offense or misdemeanor in any state, been denied a real estate license or other professional licenses, or had disciplinary action taken against your license. It will ask if any professional complaints have been filed.

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

You will disclose any prior criminal activity on the broker license application. If you answer “yes” to questions 1-5 or “no” to question 6, you will have to explain the answer fully in a sworn affidavit with all related details and submit relevant court documents, if applicable.

When should I disclose any prior criminal activity to the Commission?

You disclose any prior criminal activity on your broker license application. However, if you have any questions regarding if your application will be denied based on prior criminal activity, call the IPLA (317) 234-3022 or email: pla10@pla.in.gov before pursuing your license.

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