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6-991.04. Issuance of license; notice from employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender; renewal; inactive status; address change; fee

A. The superintendent, on determining that an applicant is qualified and has paid the required fees, shall issue a loan originator's license to the applicant evidenced by a continuous certificate. The superintendent shall grant or deny a license within one hundred twenty days after receiving the completed application and fees. An applicant who has been denied a license may not reapply for a license before one year from the date of the previous application.

B. On issuance of the license, the superintendent shall keep the loan originator's license until a mortgage broker or mortgage banker licensed pursuant to this chapter or a consumer lender employs the loan originator and the employer provides a written notice that the employer has hired the loan originator. The employer shall provide the notice before the loan originator begins working for the employer. The notice shall be from an officer or other person authorized by the employer. The notice shall contain a request for the loan originator's license and shall be dated, signed and notarized. On receipt of the request, the superintendent shall forward the loan originator's license to the employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender.

C. Licenses shall be issued for a one year period.

D. A loan originator shall make application for renewal on forms prescribed by the superintendent. The application shall include original certificates evidencing the loan originator's successful completion of eight continuing education units during the preceding one year period by a continuing education provider approved by the superintendent.

E. A loan originator shall pay the renewal fee every year on or before December 31. Licenses not renewed by December 31 are suspended and the licensee shall not act as a loan originator until the license is renewed or a new license is issued pursuant to this article. A person may renew a suspended license by paying the renewal fee plus a dollar amount to be determined by the superintendent for each day after December 31 that a license renewal fee is not received by the superintendent.

F. Licenses that are not renewed by January 31 of each year expire. A license shall not be granted to the holder of an expired license except as provided in this article for the issuance of an original license.

G. From December 1 through December 31 of each renewal period, a licensee may request inactive status for the following license period. The license shall be placed on inactive status after the licensee pays to the superintendent the inactive status renewal fee and surrenders the license to the superintendent. During inactive status, an inactive licensee shall not act as a loan originator. A licensee may not be on inactive status for more than two consecutive renewal periods in any ten year period. The license expires if the licensee violates this subsection.

H. At renewal an inactive licensee may return to active status by doing all of the following:

1. Providing the superintendent with evidence that the licensee has met the requirements of section 6-991.03, subsection B.

2. Making a written request to the superintendent for reactivation.

3. Paying the annual licensing fee.

4. Providing the superintendent with proof that the licensee meets all other requirements for acting as a loan originator.

I. The employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender shall keep and maintain at the principal place of business in this state the loan originator's license during the loan originator's employment. A copy of the loan originator's license shall be available for public inspection during regular business hours.

J. A loan originator shall immediately notify the superintendent of a change in the loan originator's residence address. The superintendent shall endorse the change of address on the license for a fee to be determined by the superintendent.

K. Within five business days after any licensee's employment termination, the employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender shall do both of the following:

1. Notify the superintendent of the licensee's termination.

2. Return the license to the superintendent.

L. An applicant for a loan originator license who is currently registered with the nationwide mortgage licensing system and registry established by the secure and fair enforcement for mortgage licensing act of 2008 (P.L. 110-289; 122 Stat. 2810; 12 United States Code sections 5101 through 5116) or its successor may be granted a temporary license for a period not to exceed one hundred eighty days.

M. The superintendent shall establish a process for loan originators to challenge information that the superintendent enters into the nationwide mortgage licensing system and registry.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title6 > 6-991.04

6-991.04. Issuance of license; notice from employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender; renewal; inactive status; address change; fee

A. The superintendent, on determining that an applicant is qualified and has paid the required fees, shall issue a loan originator's license to the applicant evidenced by a continuous certificate. The superintendent shall grant or deny a license within one hundred twenty days after receiving the completed application and fees. An applicant who has been denied a license may not reapply for a license before one year from the date of the previous application.

B. On issuance of the license, the superintendent shall keep the loan originator's license until a mortgage broker or mortgage banker licensed pursuant to this chapter or a consumer lender employs the loan originator and the employer provides a written notice that the employer has hired the loan originator. The employer shall provide the notice before the loan originator begins working for the employer. The notice shall be from an officer or other person authorized by the employer. The notice shall contain a request for the loan originator's license and shall be dated, signed and notarized. On receipt of the request, the superintendent shall forward the loan originator's license to the employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender.

C. Licenses shall be issued for a one year period.

D. A loan originator shall make application for renewal on forms prescribed by the superintendent. The application shall include original certificates evidencing the loan originator's successful completion of eight continuing education units during the preceding one year period by a continuing education provider approved by the superintendent.

E. A loan originator shall pay the renewal fee every year on or before December 31. Licenses not renewed by December 31 are suspended and the licensee shall not act as a loan originator until the license is renewed or a new license is issued pursuant to this article. A person may renew a suspended license by paying the renewal fee plus a dollar amount to be determined by the superintendent for each day after December 31 that a license renewal fee is not received by the superintendent.

F. Licenses that are not renewed by January 31 of each year expire. A license shall not be granted to the holder of an expired license except as provided in this article for the issuance of an original license.

G. From December 1 through December 31 of each renewal period, a licensee may request inactive status for the following license period. The license shall be placed on inactive status after the licensee pays to the superintendent the inactive status renewal fee and surrenders the license to the superintendent. During inactive status, an inactive licensee shall not act as a loan originator. A licensee may not be on inactive status for more than two consecutive renewal periods in any ten year period. The license expires if the licensee violates this subsection.

H. At renewal an inactive licensee may return to active status by doing all of the following:

1. Providing the superintendent with evidence that the licensee has met the requirements of section 6-991.03, subsection B.

2. Making a written request to the superintendent for reactivation.

3. Paying the annual licensing fee.

4. Providing the superintendent with proof that the licensee meets all other requirements for acting as a loan originator.

I. The employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender shall keep and maintain at the principal place of business in this state the loan originator's license during the loan originator's employment. A copy of the loan originator's license shall be available for public inspection during regular business hours.

J. A loan originator shall immediately notify the superintendent of a change in the loan originator's residence address. The superintendent shall endorse the change of address on the license for a fee to be determined by the superintendent.

K. Within five business days after any licensee's employment termination, the employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender shall do both of the following:

1. Notify the superintendent of the licensee's termination.

2. Return the license to the superintendent.

L. An applicant for a loan originator license who is currently registered with the nationwide mortgage licensing system and registry established by the secure and fair enforcement for mortgage licensing act of 2008 (P.L. 110-289; 122 Stat. 2810; 12 United States Code sections 5101 through 5116) or its successor may be granted a temporary license for a period not to exceed one hundred eighty days.

M. The superintendent shall establish a process for loan originators to challenge information that the superintendent enters into the nationwide mortgage licensing system and registry.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title6 > 6-991.04

6-991.04. Issuance of license; notice from employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender; renewal; inactive status; address change; fee

A. The superintendent, on determining that an applicant is qualified and has paid the required fees, shall issue a loan originator's license to the applicant evidenced by a continuous certificate. The superintendent shall grant or deny a license within one hundred twenty days after receiving the completed application and fees. An applicant who has been denied a license may not reapply for a license before one year from the date of the previous application.

B. On issuance of the license, the superintendent shall keep the loan originator's license until a mortgage broker or mortgage banker licensed pursuant to this chapter or a consumer lender employs the loan originator and the employer provides a written notice that the employer has hired the loan originator. The employer shall provide the notice before the loan originator begins working for the employer. The notice shall be from an officer or other person authorized by the employer. The notice shall contain a request for the loan originator's license and shall be dated, signed and notarized. On receipt of the request, the superintendent shall forward the loan originator's license to the employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender.

C. Licenses shall be issued for a one year period.

D. A loan originator shall make application for renewal on forms prescribed by the superintendent. The application shall include original certificates evidencing the loan originator's successful completion of eight continuing education units during the preceding one year period by a continuing education provider approved by the superintendent.

E. A loan originator shall pay the renewal fee every year on or before December 31. Licenses not renewed by December 31 are suspended and the licensee shall not act as a loan originator until the license is renewed or a new license is issued pursuant to this article. A person may renew a suspended license by paying the renewal fee plus a dollar amount to be determined by the superintendent for each day after December 31 that a license renewal fee is not received by the superintendent.

F. Licenses that are not renewed by January 31 of each year expire. A license shall not be granted to the holder of an expired license except as provided in this article for the issuance of an original license.

G. From December 1 through December 31 of each renewal period, a licensee may request inactive status for the following license period. The license shall be placed on inactive status after the licensee pays to the superintendent the inactive status renewal fee and surrenders the license to the superintendent. During inactive status, an inactive licensee shall not act as a loan originator. A licensee may not be on inactive status for more than two consecutive renewal periods in any ten year period. The license expires if the licensee violates this subsection.

H. At renewal an inactive licensee may return to active status by doing all of the following:

1. Providing the superintendent with evidence that the licensee has met the requirements of section 6-991.03, subsection B.

2. Making a written request to the superintendent for reactivation.

3. Paying the annual licensing fee.

4. Providing the superintendent with proof that the licensee meets all other requirements for acting as a loan originator.

I. The employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender shall keep and maintain at the principal place of business in this state the loan originator's license during the loan originator's employment. A copy of the loan originator's license shall be available for public inspection during regular business hours.

J. A loan originator shall immediately notify the superintendent of a change in the loan originator's residence address. The superintendent shall endorse the change of address on the license for a fee to be determined by the superintendent.

K. Within five business days after any licensee's employment termination, the employing mortgage broker, mortgage banker or consumer lender shall do both of the following:

1. Notify the superintendent of the licensee's termination.

2. Return the license to the superintendent.

L. An applicant for a loan originator license who is currently registered with the nationwide mortgage licensing system and registry established by the secure and fair enforcement for mortgage licensing act of 2008 (P.L. 110-289; 122 Stat. 2810; 12 United States Code sections 5101 through 5116) or its successor may be granted a temporary license for a period not to exceed one hundred eighty days.

M. The superintendent shall establish a process for loan originators to challenge information that the superintendent enters into the nationwide mortgage licensing system and registry.

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