Under Vow Agreement

Under Vow Agreement

Section 1.14 Lists of Suspended or Deported Participants When a member of the service is suspended or excluded from service for failing to comply with an affiliation obligation (i.e., violation of the code of ethics, basic rules, MLS statutes, mls rules and regulations or other affiliation obligations, except for non-payment of taxes, taxes or reasonable fees) , all lists currently submitted to the service are suspended or excluded until the participant is sold. , withdrawal or expiry are kept in service and are not renewed or extended by the service after the list comes into effect. If a member has been suspended or excluded from the Board of Directors or Service (or both) because he or she has not paid a reasonable fee, fee or fee, an MLS board is not required to provide MLS services, including the continued listing of the suspended or excluded member in the compilation of current information services on the list. Before the withdrawal of offers from a suspended or designated participant, the suspended or designated participant should be informed in writing of the expected distance so that the suspended or designated participant can advise his or her clients. Section 13.2 The applicability of the rules to MLS Nothing in these rules limits THE right of MLS to enter into licensing agreements with third parties for the use of MLS compilations or a portion of them, in accordance with the conditions approved by the Board of Directors. ii. the type of listing agreement, i.e. the exclusive right to sell or to the exclusive agency. The use of information developed or published by the Service is strictly limited to activities accumulated in the context of licensing or certification of a participant or certification and unauthorized use. In addition, none of the above information is intended to provide “participation” or “affiliation” or access to information developed or published by a service when access to that information is prohibited by law. In such cases, the right to cooperative compensation offered through MLS would be an issue that should be determined by an arbitration body on the basis of all relevant facts and circumstances, including, but not limited to, why it was impossible or financially impossible for the broker to recover some or all of the commission set out in the listing agreement; At what point in the transaction did the broker know (or would have known) that some or all of the commission set out in the listing agreement might not be paid; and how quickly the broker had informed the cooperating brokers that the commission set in the listing agreement might not be paid. Section 1.2 Details of offers made in the A service list agreement, when submitted by the list broker to the service, must be complete in every detail, as stated on the form. Participants may rent an additional keyboard temporarily delivered to other keyholders in the same office if their keyboard is no longer functional outside normal business hours or if a replacement keyboard from the emitting MLS is not reasonably available.

This does not exclude that the Listing Broker will offer a different MLS participation allowance than that provided in its proposed courses, as indicated by the Service, provided that the broker informs the other broker in writing before filing an offer to purchase and provided that the change in the reported remuneration is not the result of an agreement between all or the other participants in the service.