§ 35.204. Accuracy and veracity of papers filed with the Commission.

 (a)  An application, statement, character reference or other paper that is required to be filed by, or on behalf of, an applicant for examination, licensure, registration or approval under the act or this chapter will be subject to investigation by the Commission to confirm its accuracy and truthfulness.

 (b)  An applicant’s knowing failure to provide accurate and truthful information in the application, or in the statements and papers that accompany the application, will be grounds for the Commission’s denial of the application.

 (c)  A licensee’s knowing failure to provide accurate and truthful information in connection with an application for examination, licensure, registration or approval under the act or this chapter will be grounds for disciplinary action against the licensee.

Authority

   The provisions of this §  35.204 issued under the Real Estate Licensing and Registration Act (63 P. S. § §  455.101—455.902).

Source

   The provisions of this §  35.204 adopted February 24, 1989, effective February 25, 1989, 19 Pa.B. 781.



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