(1) ORS 696.010 (Definitions) to 696.375 (Real Estate Agency), 696.392 (Power of commissioner to administer oaths, take depositions and issue subpoenas), 696.395 (Power of commissioner) to 696.430 (Records of commissioner as evidence), 696.490 (Real Estate Account), 696.600 (Definitions for ORS 696.392, 696.600 to 696.785 and 696.995) to 696.785 (Commissioner duties when illegal commingling of funds found), 696.990 (Penalties) and 696.995 (Civil penalties for violation of ORS 696.603, 696.606 or 696.612) do not apply to:
(a) A nonlicensed individual who is a full-time employee of a single owner of real estate whose real estate activity involves the real estate of the employer and:
(A) Is incidental to the employee’s normal, nonreal estate activities; or
(B) Is the employee’s principal activity, but the employer’s principal activity or business is not the sale, exchange, lease option or acquisition of real estate.
(b) A nonlicensed individual who acts as attorney in fact under a duly executed power of attorney from the owner or purchaser authorizing the supervision of the closing of or supervision of the performance of a contract for the sale, leasing or exchanging of real estate if the power of attorney was executed prior to July 1, 2002, in compliance with the requirements of law at the time of execution or if:
(A) The power of attorney is recorded in the office of the recording officer for the county in which the real estate is located;
(B) The power of attorney specifically describes the real estate; and
(C) The individual does not use the power of attorney as a device to engage in professional real estate activity without obtaining the necessary real estate license.
(c) A nonlicensed individual who acts as attorney in fact under a duly executed power of attorney in which the authorized agent is the spouse of the principal, or the child, grandchild, parent, grandparent, sibling, aunt, uncle, niece or nephew of the principal or of the spouse of the principal, authorizing real estate activity if the power of attorney is recorded in the office of the recording officer for the county in which the real estate to be sold, leased or exchanged is located.
(d) A nonlicensed individual who is an attorney at law rendering services in the performance of duties as an attorney at law.
(e) A nonlicensed individual who acts in the individual’s official capacity as a receiver, a conservator, a trustee in bankruptcy, a personal representative or a trustee, or a regular salaried employee of the trustee, acting under a trust agreement, deed of trust or will.
(f) A nonlicensed individual who performs an act of professional real estate activity under order of a court.
(g) A nonlicensed individual who is a regular full-time employee of a single corporation, partnership, association or nonlicensed individual owner of real property acting for the corporation, partnership, association or nonlicensed individual owner in the rental or management of the real property, but not in the sale, exchange, lease option or purchase of the real property.
(h) An individual who is a registered professional engineer or architect rendering services in performance of duties as a professional engineer or architect.
(i) A nonlicensed individual who is employed by a real estate broker or principal real estate broker and who acts as a manager for real estate if the real estate activity of the nonlicensed individual is limited to negotiating rental or lease agreements, checking tenant and credit references, physically maintaining the real estate, conducting tenant relations, collecting the rent, supervising the premises’ managers and discussing financial matters relating to management of the real estate with the owner.
(j) An individual who sells or leases cemetery lots, parcels or units while engaged in the disposition of human bodies under ORS 97.010 (Definitions) to 97.040 (Private family burial grounds), 97.110 (Human remains not to be attached) to 97.450 (Discontinuance of cemetery and removal of remains and markers), 97.510 (Sale and conveyance of plots by cemetery authority) to 97.730 (Gifts and bequests in trust for cemeteries), 97.810 (Endowment care and nonendowed care cemeteries) to 97.920 (Judgment declaring nuisance, authorizing abatement and creating and foreclosing lien) and 97.990 (Penalties) or an employee of the nonlicensed individual performing similar activities.
(k) An individual who is a salaried employee of the State of Oregon, or any of its political subdivisions, engaging in professional real estate activity as a part of such employment.
(L) A nonlicensed individual who analyzes or provides advice regarding permissible land use alternatives, environmental impact, building and use permit procedures or demographic market studies, or a regular full-time employee of the nonlicensed individual performing similar activities. This exclusion does not apply to the handling of transactional negotiations for transfer of an interest in real estate.
(m) An individual who is a hotelkeeper or innkeeper as defined by ORS 699.005 (Definitions) arranging the rental of transient lodging at a hotel or inn in the course of business as a hotelkeeper or innkeeper.
(n) An individual who is a travel agent arranging the rental of transient lodging at a hotel or inn as defined in ORS 699.005 (Definitions) in the course of business as a travel agent for compensation. For the purpose of this paragraph, "travel agent" means a person, and employees of the person, regularly representing and selling travel services to the public directly or indirectly through other travel agents.
(o) An individual who is a common carrier arranging the rental of transient lodging at a hotel or inn as defined in ORS 699.005 (Definitions) in the course of business as a common carrier. For the purpose of this paragraph, "common carrier" means a person that transports or purports to be willing to transport individuals from place to place by rail, motor vehicle, boat or aircraft for hire, compensation or consideration.
(p) An individual who is a hotel representative arranging the rental of transient lodging at a hotel or inn as defined in ORS 699.005 (Definitions) in the course of business as a hotel representative. For the purpose of this paragraph, "hotel representative" means a person that provides reservations or sale services to independent hotels, airlines, steamship companies and government tourist agencies.
(q) A nonlicensed individual transferring or acquiring an interest in real estate owned or to be owned by the individual.
(r) An individual who is a general partner for a domestic or foreign limited partnership duly registered and operating within this state under ORS chapter 70 engaging in the sale of limited partnership interests and the acquisition, sale, exchange, lease, transfer or management of the real estate of the limited partnership.
(s) An individual who is a membership camping contract broker or salesperson registered with the Real Estate Agency selling membership camping contracts.
(t) An individual who is a professional forester or farm manager engaging in property management activity on forestland or farmland when the activity is incidental to the nonreal estate duties involving overall management of forest or farm resources.
(u) An individual who is a registered investment adviser under the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, 15 U.S.C. §80b-1 et seq., rendering real estate investment services for the office of the State Treasurer or the Oregon Investment Council.
(v) A nonlicensed individual who refers a new tenant for compensation to a real estate licensee acting as the property manager for a residential building or facility while the individual resides in the building or facility or within six months after termination of the individual’s tenancy.
(w) A nonlicensed individual who gives an opinion in an administrative or judicial proceeding regarding the value of real estate for taxation or representing a taxpayer under ORS 305.230 (Qualifications of persons representing taxpayer) or 309.100 (Petitions).
(x) A nonlicensed individual acting as a paid fiduciary whose real estate activity is limited to negotiating or closing a transaction to obtain the services of a real estate licensee.
(y) A nonlicensed individual who is a fiduciary under a court order, without regard to whether the court order specifically authorizes real estate activity.
(z) An individual who is a representative of a financial institution or trust company, as those terms are defined in ORS 706.008 (Additional definitions for Bank Act), that is attorney in fact under a duly executed power of attorney from the owner or purchaser authorizing real estate activity, if the power of attorney is recorded in the office of the county clerk for the county in which the real estate to be sold, leased or exchanged is located.
(2) The vesting of title to real estate in more than one person by tenancy by the entirety, tenancy in common or by survivorship shall be construed as that of a single owner for the purposes of this section. [Amended by 1955 c.322 §7; 1963 c.593 §1; 1967 c.277 §1; 1969 c.674 §2; 1975 c.746 §2; 1977 c.649 §11; 1979 c.125 §3; 1979 c.289 §1a; 1981 c.617 §4; 1985 c.639 §13; 1985 c.677 §64; 1991 c.5 §28; 1991 c.212 §1; 1993 c.18 §149; 1995 c.246 §1; 1997 c.307 §2; 1999 c.488 §2; 2001 c.300 §11; 2003 c.347 §1; 2005 c.116 §4; 2007 c.319 §7]
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