Investing in RPAC, A Priority!
It is the Code of Ethics that separates REALTORS from other licensees and we take enforcement of the Code very seriously. Ethics complaints may be filed by REALTORS or members of the public. Ethics complaints serve to educate members as well as provide a disciplinary process when violations have occurred. Any person having reason to believe that a member is guilty of any unethical conduct subject to disciplinary action may file a complaint in writing with the Local Board/Association of REALTORS that the member holds membership in.
ETHICS COMPLAINTS: In order to file a complaint, you will need the forms available by clicking on the following links:
Before You File an Ethics Complaint
Ethics Complaint Form
2015 Code of Ethics
Arbitration of Business Disputes
REALTOR Principals are obligated to arbitrate business disputes (both contractual and specific non-contractual issues as defined by Standard of Practice 17-4 with REALTOR Principals in other firms or clients of REALTORS. A REALTOR Principal or Client of a REALTOR can initiate an arbitration by written request to the Executive Officer of the Board / Association or of which the REALTOR principal is a member, or participant in a Board’s MLS where they do not hold REALTOR membership providing a summary of the nature of the controversy and the monetary amount of the dispute. The determination as to whether an arbitrable matter exists shall be made by the local Board/Association’s Grievance Committee pursuant to those procedures outlined in Part 10, Section 47 of the Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual.
Request and Agreement to Arbitrate
Request and Agreement to Arbitrate (Nonmember)
Request for Procedural Review (Arbitration)
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