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A. A licensee shall prominently display the commercial mortgage banker license in the office of the commercial mortgage banker.
B. A licensee or an employee of the licensee shall not advertise for or solicit commercial mortgage loans in any manner without using the name and license number as issued on the commercial mortgage banker's principal place of business license, except that a licensee may employ or refer to the commonly used name and any trademarks or service marks of any affiliate. If a license is issued in the name of a natural person, nothing in the advertising or solicitation may imply that the license is in the name of another person or entity. For the purposes of this subsection, "advertise" does not include business cards, radio and television advertising directed at national or regional markets and promotional items unless those items contain rates or terms on which a commercial mortgage loan may be obtained.