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CalBRE Can Discipline a Licensee for Altering a File It Requests

Effective January 2, 2014, the California Bureau of Real Estate (“CalBRE”) can suspend or revoke a license of any licensee, if the licensee knowingly, alters, destroys, conceals or mutilates any of the records that the CalBRE requires the licensee to maintain. If a licensee receives a request for documents from the CalBRE, it is recommended that the licensee speak with his or her attorney as soon as possible.

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