The realtor Code of Ethics Quadrennial Member Education Program Copyright, 2000 National Association of realtors


Part 3: Enforcement of the Code of Ethics



Download 208.23 Kb.
Page9/29
Date28.01.2021
Size208.23 Kb.
1   ...   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   ...   29
Part 3: Enforcement of the Code of Ethics
I. Ethics Cases and Arbitration Cases
A. Ethics - Basic Issue - Is there a possible violation of the Code of Ethics?

B. Arbitration - Basic Issue - Is there an arbitrable issue, that is, a money dispute (typically a dispute over which REALTOR is entitled to the cooperative commission in a transaction)?


II. The Ethics Enforcement Process
A. Filing a Complaint - Who can file a complaint?

B. The Grievance Committee


1. A screening committee comprised of members of the Association appointed to the committee.

2. Key question for the Grievance Committee is: “If the allegations in the complaint were taken as true on their face, is it possible that a violation of the Code of Ethics occurred?”

C. The Professional Standards Hearing Panel
1. Function is to conduct a full “due process” hearing with sworn testimony, witnesses and evidence.

2. Hearing Panel is comprised of members of the Professional Standards Committee.

3. After conducting a hearing, the Hearing Panel decides whether there was a violation of the Code of Ethics, proven by clear, strong and convincing proof.

4. If the Hearing Panel finds a violation of the Code of Ethics, the Panel then determines the discipline to be imposed on the violator (respondent).




Share with your friends:
1   ...   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   ...   29




The database is protected by copyright ©essaydocs.org 2020
send message

    Main page