- An out-of-state licensee can perform work on a "nonresidential real estate" transaction (defined as property that has or could have commercial development or a property with five or more residential units) in Oregon if the out-of-state licensee enters into a written cooperative agreement with an Oregon licensee.
- The cooperative agreement must be in writing and must state the Oregon licensee will supervise all activities conducted in Oregon.
- Oregon licensee must be present for all showings and negotiations conducted in Oregon.
- An out-of-state licensee can also receive a referral fee.
- An out-of-state licensee can only bring a lawsuit to recover lawfully earned commissions.
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