Standard of Practice 16-4 and 16-6: These two standards of accompanying practices define the appropriate behavior of a REALTOR® when faced with problems when applying for a listed property. While the basic principle of practice standard 16-4 is that the call for listing, which is currently only listed in another REALTOR® is unethical, the standard procedures of practice 16-4 and 16-6 modify this basic premise under certain limited conditions. Standard of Practice 16-5 deals with parallel issues regarding the acquisition of buyers/tenants subject to exclusive buyer/lease agreements. If REALTORS® requests information from another REALTOR® on real estate as part of a management or listing contract, realtors® status reveals and reveals whether his interest is personal or on behalf of a client and, if it is on behalf of a client, his relationship with the client. (Amended 1/11) For all these reasons, ethics education programs can be a tough sell. People who do not face an immediate ethical dilemma will likely find other training investments more convincing. On the other hand, people who have an ethical problem are unlikely to see a course as a solution to their dilemma. REALTORS® shall not interfere with the board`s investigation or professional standard proceedings by bringing or threatening to bring a claim for defamation, defamation or defamation against any part of a professional or his witnesses on the basis of the filing of an arbitration petition, an ethics remedy or a testimony before a court. (Adopted on 11.87 and amended on 1.99.) 1.The fundamental steps in dealing with an ethical remedy and an arbitration motion; In other words, a written filing with the Appeals Board and, if the complaint/request complies with the standards set out in the procedures, the forwarding of the complaint/application to the Professional Standards Board for a full hearing.
REALTORS® before or after the termination of their relationship with their current company, the customers of their current company cannot induce them to terminate the exclusive contractual agreements between the customer and this company. This does not prevent REALTORS® (principal) from entering into exclusive contract assignment agreements with their related licensees. (Adopted on 1/98, amended on 1.10.) With effect from January 1, 2001 to December 31, 2004 and for the four (4) consecutive years ending december 31, 2016, REALTORS® were required to complete a four-year ethics course of at least two (2) hours and thirty (30) minutes of lessons. From January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2018 and for the next two (2) years, REALTORS® had to complete an ethics training of at least two (2) hours and thirty (30) minutes of lessons. In 2019, the Board of Directors extended the training needs from two (2) years to every three (3) years and extended the current cycle period from December 31, 2020 to December 31, 2021.