Ethics Enforcement Tutorials: Local Association Directors

It is important for every local Realtor® Association to properly utilize the professional standards process to resolve disputes involving a Realtor® member.  Training at all levels is key to adherence to these processes outlined by the National Association of Realtors® (NAR). 

In recognition of the importance of this function, the leadership of the Michigan Realtors®  has authorized significant resources supporting Professional Standards training at the local level, including the development of three step by step information and instruction guides for a Board of Directors addressing a local dispute. We’re confident these tutorials will assist your Board in according due process to a Realtor® accused of a violation of the Code of Ethics and will limit exposure for the Board, its officers and its members, to liabilities resulting from improper management of said complaint. 

Featuring Gail Anderson

Legal Counsel, McClelland & Anderson, LLP

Gail Anderson received her undergraduate degree and law degree (cum laude) from the University of Illinois in 1985. Ms. Anderson represents developers, lenders, real estate brokers, title companies, and other businesses. She is a past chairperson of the Real Property Law Section of the State Bar. Ms. Anderson has authored numerous articles in the Michigan Real Property Review and is a frequent lecturer on real property law matters for both the Real Property Law Section and the Institute of Continuing Legal Education.

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To view the video tutorials, you must first obtain a password. E-mail Pat Kukla at prostandards@mirealtors.com to register and tell us what you think of this new series.


 

Role of Board of Directors in Ethics Review
(When No Appeal Has Been Filed)

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Role of Board of Directors in Ethics Review
(Where An Appeal Has Been Filed)

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Role of Board of Directors in Arbitration Procedural Reviews

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