(1) The Real Estate Commissioner may issue a limited license to an applicant for a license as a real estate broker, principal real estate broker or real estate property manager if the commissioner determines that the issuance is in the public interest. The commissioner may limit a license issued under this section:
(a) By term;
(b) To acts subject to the supervision of a specific principal real estate broker;
(c) By conditions to be observed in the exercise and the privileges granted; or
(d) In other ways determined by the commissioner as necessary or appropriate to protect the public.
(2) A limited license issued under this section may be renewed as provided by the commissioner by rule. A limited license may be suspended or revoked, or the real estate licensee may be reprimanded, by the commissioner on the grounds set out in ORS § 696.301 or for failure to comply with the limitations of the license. [2009 c.224 § 3; 2011 c.158 § 14; 2017 c.234 § 8]
696.125 was added to and made a part of 696.010 to 696.495 by legislative action but was not added to any smaller series therein. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.