Late notice of licensee change

Late notice of licensee change

Failing to notice within 72 hours (excepting weekends, holidays and postal holidays) when a licensee who is waived should no longer be waived, including unlicensed personnel who become actively licensed (whether by the NCREC or NCAB).

Automatic Fine - No Courtesy Notice of
$100 or back MLS fees, whichever is more

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