TITLE 68: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
CHAPTER VIII: DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION
SUBCHAPTER b: PROFESSIONS AND OCCUPATIONS
PART 1450 REAL ESTATE LICENSE ACT OF 2000
SECTION 1450.530 APPLICATION FOR MANAGING BROKER LICENSE BY RECIPROCITY
Section 1450.530 Application for Managing Broker License by Reciprocity
a) An Illinois managing broker license shall be issued by reciprocity to a managing broker under the following conditions:
1) The managing broker holds an active managing broker license, or its equivalent, by examination in a state with a reciprocal agreement with the Division;
2) The managing broker licensing standards of that state are substantially equivalent to or greater than the minimum standards in Illinois;
3) The managing broker maintains a definite place of business in the managing broker's state of licensure and has been actively engaging in licensed activities as a managing broker or broker during the immediately preceding 2 years; and
4) The managing broker submits:
A) an application, on forms provided by the Division;
B) the required fee set forth in Section 1450.130;
C) a statement bearing the seal of the licensing authority from each state of licensure, showing:
i) an active managing broker license in that state;
ii) the license is in good standing; and
iii) any disciplinary action taken against the managing broker.
D) proof of passing an approved examination on Illinois real estate laws;
E) if the managing broker does not maintain a definite place of business within the State of Illinois, a written statement that:
i) appoints the Director to act as the managing broker's agent upon whom all judicial and other process may be served;
ii) acknowledges and agrees to abide by all of the provisions of the Act and this Part with respect to all of the managing broker's licensed activities within and relating to the State of Illinois; and
iii) assents to jurisdiction of the Division; and
F) a properly completed 45 day sponsor card form.
b) Any licensee who renews a license issued under a reciprocal agreement assents to jurisdiction of the Division without regard to the location of the licensee's domicile or principal business location or office locations.
c) All requirements for licensure by reciprocity shall be met within one year after the date of original application or the application shall be denied and the fee forfeited. Thereafter, to be reconsidered for licensure, the applicant shall submit a new application with the required fee.
(Source: Amended at 40 Ill. Reg. 12588, effective September 2, 2016)