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What is the timeframe in which a request for arbitration must be filed?

Last Updated: 7th April, 2020

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Requests for arbitration must be filed within one hundred eighty (180) days after the closing of the transaction, if any, or within one hundred eighty (180) days after the facts constituting the arbitrable matter could have been known in the exercise of reasonable diligence, whichever is later.

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Also question is, when must an ethics complaint be filed in terms of days since the facts of the complaint could have been known?

In order for a complaint to be forwarded to a hearing, the complaint must be in writing, must be filed within 180 days after the facts described in the complaint could have been known in the exercise of reasonable diligence, must allege violations of specific Articles of the Code of Ethics and must state the facts

Also, is the Golden Rule quote in the code's preamble? “The Preamble to the Code is the aspirational basis for the ethical concepts that REALTORS® believe in. Near the end of the Preamble, the timeless, universal principle of the Golden Rule is cited. Because the Code sets the ideals that we strive to attain, it is subjective in nature.

Subsequently, one may also ask, who determines which party is entitled to the disputed funds in a request for arbitration hearing?

The Arbitration Hearing. If a dispute is not resolved through mediation and the Grievance Committee finds the dispute arbitrable, a hearing panel decides which party is entitled to the disputed funds by conducting a full due process hearing.

What are arbitration hearings based on?

The Arbitration Hearing Knowing what will likely happen can make it a less stressful experience. Although the arbitration hearing process is based on the judicial model of a civil trial, there are important differences between a trial and an arbitration hearing.

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What is NAR's preferred method of resolving disputes involving realtors?

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