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Breaking Down the Changes in the Code - Shared screen with gallery view
Rachel Sedlacek
35:34
Welcome! You can view recordings of past sessions as well as sign up for future sessions at https://www.nar.realtor/events/breaking-down-the-changes-to-the-code
Rachel Sedlacek
37:46
FAQs from BOD: https://www.nar.realtor/national-leadership/committee-members-liaisons/code-of-ethics-professional-standards-policies
Rachel Sedlacek
41:58
Complaints are processed in accordance with the legally-sound and longstanding procedures set forth in NAR's Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual are available at: https://www.nar.realtor/code-of-ethics-and-arbitration-manual/ethics
Rachel Sedlacek
42:44
Approximately 145 case interpretations have been developed to help REALTORS® understand the ethical obligations created by the Code of Ethics, and as a reference work for grievance committees, ethics and arbitration panels, and boards of directors. Learn more at:https://www.nar.realtor/code-of-ethics-and-arbitration-manual/preface-to-case-interpretations
Rachel Sedlacek
45:53
For a graphic that explains the Code of Ethics enforcement process, visit: https://www.nar.realtor/professional-standards-process
Rachel Sedlacek
46:52
Step 3 of the graphic explains that if a complaint is filed, it is initially reviewed by a local association's Grievance Committee. The purpose of that initial review is to evaluate the complaint against eight criteria, including whether the complaint was timely filed, and whether the allegations in the complaint, if taken as true, would possibly violate the Code.
Rachel Sedlacek
56:40
For those asking whether or not these links will be made available after today’s session, we will include links to all of the above as well as the recording on our “Breaking Down the Changes in the Code” page within a day or two. This way, you can reference these other webpages at a later date! https://www.nar.realtor/events/breaking-down-the-changes-to-the-code