REALTORS® before or after the end of their relationship with their current company, does not encourage customers of their current company to terminate exclusive contractual agreements between the client and that company. This does not prevent REALTORS® (Prinzipale) from entering into exclusive contract assignment agreements with its related licensees. (Adopted 1/98, modified 1/10) For all these reasons, ethics education programs can be a difficult sell. People who do not face an immediate ethical dilemma will likely find other investments in continuing education more compelling. On the other hand, it is unlikely that people with ethical problems will see a course as a solution to their dilemma. 1. Identify at least two concepts of aspiration in the preamble to the code of ethics, describe the concept of general business ethics and identify how the code of ethics compares and contrasts with the concept of general business ethics. This learning objective is not intended as a course on arbitration or the cause of obtaining. However, the minimum content of this objective should include a brief debate on the concept of the acquisition of the case as a standard, in accordance with the REALTOR article® on the Commission® realtor; that the concept of case acquisition is determined by the factors defined by the NAR Professional Standards Committee in the Ethics and Arbitration Manual; that no factor, such as.B.
who showed the property first, who wrote the successful offer to purchase or who entered into a written agency agreement with the buyer, determines the outcome of the deal. Section 16 does not prevent REALTORS ® from making general announcements that describe their services and the terms of their availability, even if some recipients have agency agreements or other exclusive relationships with another REALTOR®. General telephone advertising, generalized mailing or distribution to all interested parties in a geographic area or profession, business, club or other group is considered “general” for the purposes of this Standard. (Modified 1/04) Failure to comply with the required regular ethical training is considered a violation of the membership obligation. REALTORS® must not deliberately interfere with the investigation or discipline of the House by filing several ethics complaints on the basis of the same event or transaction. (Adopted 11/88) REALTORS® may not disclose or disseminate unauthorized allegations, findings or decisions developed in the context of a hearing or complaint or an arbitration hearing or a procedural review. (Modified 1/92) Article 9: The main concept of Article 9 is that REALTORS® is obliged to ensure, as far as possible, that agreements are concluded in writing by expressing the specific conditions and obligations of the parties. In addition, the 9-1 standard reinforces this obligation by requiring realTORS ® to exercise due diligence to ensure that these documents remain up-to-date through the use of written extensions or modifications.