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A. A person who acts as a broker or salesperson within the meaning of this chapter, or who advertises in a manner that indicates that the person is licensed as a broker or salesperson, without being licensed as prescribed by this chapter is guilty of a class 6 felony.
B. A person who performs acts that require a license under this chapter, other than a broker's or salesperson's license, without being licensed as prescribed by this chapter is guilty of a class 5 felony.
C. The penalties prescribed by this section do not apply to:
1. A broker or salesperson within a year of the expiration of the broker's or salesperson's license, if the failure to timely renew the license was due to unintentional neglect by the licensee or administrative untimeliness by the department.
2. The activities of a licensee, while acting in a capacity for which the person's license was issued, that otherwise violate any provision of this chapter.
3. Any person who, on discovering that a license is required to carry on the person's present or planned activities, and before the issuance of a cease and desist order pursuant to section 32-2154, notifies the department of the person's intent to immediately comply with this chapter, applies for the required license and ceases the prohibited activities pending issuance of a license. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed to lessen or reduce the qualifications otherwise required of license applicants under this chapter or to diminish the authority of the department to deny a license to a person who does not meet all of the requirements for licensure.