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Article 2

Posted by PRO Wed, 20 Jun 2007 18:36:00 GMT

REALTORS® shall avoid exaggeration, misrepresentation, or concealment of pertinent facts relating to the property or the transaction. REALTORS® shall not, however, be obligated to discover latent defects in the property, to advise on matters outside the scope of their real estate license, or to disclose facts which are confidential under the scope of agency or non-agency relationships as defined by state law. (Amended 1/00)

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Standard of Practice 2-1

Posted by PRO Wed, 20 Jun 2007 18:37:00 GMT

REALTORS® shall only be obligated to discover and disclose adverse factors reasonably apparent to someone with expertise in those areas required by their real estate licensing authority. Article 2 does not impose upon the REALTOR® the obligation of expertise in other professional or technical disciplines. (Amended 1/96)

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Standard of Practice 2-2

Posted by PRO Wed, 20 Jun 2007 18:39:00 GMT

(Renumbered as Standard of Practice 1-12 1/98)

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Standard of Practice 2-3

Posted by PRO Wed, 20 Jun 2007 18:41:00 GMT

(Renumbered as Standard of Practice 1-13 1/98)

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Standard of Practice 2-4

Posted by PRO Wed, 20 Jun 2007 18:44:00 GMT

REALTORS® shall not be parties to the naming of a false consideration in any document, unless it be the naming of an obviously nominal consideration.

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Standard of Practice 2-5

Posted by PRO Wed, 20 Jun 2007 18:45:00 GMT

Factors defined as “non-material” by law or regulation or which are expressly referenced in law or regulation as not being subject to disclosure are considered not “pertinent” for purposes of Article 2.
(Adopted 1/93)

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