Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Finance and Securities Regulation

Rule Rule 441-225-0010
Cancellation, Withdrawal and Suspension of the License for Broker-Dealers, Mortgage Brokers, Investment Advisers, and Salespersons


The procedure for cancellation of a license for failure to maintain a bond as required by ORS 59.175 (Procedures for notice filing and licensing)(4) is:


Upon notification from the surety of notice of intent to cancel the surety bond, the Securities Section shall send written notice to the licensee. This notice shall be sent by certified mail within three business days of receipt of notification from the surety. Failure to send the notice within three business days will not preclude cancellation under subsection (1)(b) of this rule;


Cancellation of the license will occur if an effective bond is not received by 5 p.m. Pacific Time seven business days after the bond cancellation date. The cancellation of the license shall be effective as of the bond cancellation date;


An effective bond is one that commences no later than the cancellation date of the previous bond.


A person whose license has been cancelled may obtain a license in Oregon by new application.

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Jun. 8, 2021