Fail to Guess Correctly? YOU could Lose your License!! Moral Turpitude and NRS 645.633


Finally, a finding of moral turpitude would usually require an independent judicial or administrative determination that the crime committed was actually one involving moral turpitude. A finding of moral turpitude requires a determination of intent, independent from the charged crime. An applicant or licensee cannot be reasonably expected to make this determination on his own and could be subject to a loss of livelihood if he fails to “guess” correctly.


PRACTICE POINTER:  Don’t make this determination on your own!!  If you fail to guess correctly it could be your real estate license on the line.  Real Estate Attorney Lee Drizin invites agents to contact our expert Real Estate attorneys at 702-798-4955 with any questions related to the important issue of moral turpitude.  

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