Supervisory authority of director over mortgage bankers, mortgage brokers and mortgage loan originators
- • documents exempt from disclosure
(1) The Director of the Department of Consumer and Business Services has general supervision and control over mortgage loan originators, mortgage bankers and mortgage brokers that reside or do business in this state and that engage in an activity that is subject to the provisions of ORS 86A.095 to 86A.198 (Materials in languages other than English). The director may examine at any time mortgage bankers and mortgage brokers and the records and activities connected with mortgage bankers, mortgage brokers and mortgage loan originators. The provisions of this section and of any other section of ORS 86A.095 to 86A.198 (Materials in languages other than English) relating to examinations extend to a person that is or should have been licensed as a mortgage loan originator under ORS 86A.200 (Definitions) to 86A.239 (Display of license and unique identifier) or licensed as a mortgage banker or mortgage broker, a person exempted by rule from the definitions of mortgage banker, mortgage broker or mortgage loan originator or a person whose license has expired or has been withdrawn, canceled, suspended, conditioned or revoked. The director may collect from the person the actual expenses incurred in the examination.
(2)(a) A mortgage loan document the director obtains as part of an examination under this section is exempt from disclosure and is confidential for the purposes of ORS 705.137 (Information that is confidential or not subject to disclosure).
(b) This subsection does not prohibit an individual from inspecting and requesting the director to disclose any of the individual’s mortgage loan documents that the director obtained during the course of an examination. The director shall authenticate the individual’s identity before disclosing the mortgage loan documents to the individual. [Formerly 59.880; 2011 c.350 §1]
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