REALTORS® Code of Ethics: Duties to Clients and Customers, Article 1, Standard of Practice 1-2

The duties imposed by the Code of Ethics encompass all real estate related activities and transactions whether conducted in person,

electronically, or through any other means.

The duties the Code of Ethics imposes are applicable whether
REALTORS® are acting as agents or in legally recognized non-agency capacities except that any duty imposed exclusively on agents by law or regulation shall not be imposed by this Code of Ethics on REALTORS® acting in non-agency capacities.

As used in this Code of Ethics, “client” means the person(s) or
entity(ies) with whom a REALTOR® or a REALTOR®ʼs firm has an agency or legally recognized non-agency relationship; “customer” means a party to a real estate transaction who receives information, services, or benefits but has no contractual relationship with the REALTOR® or the REALTOR®ʼs firm; “prospect” means a purchaser, seller, tenant, or landlord who is not subject to a representation relationship with the
REALTOR® or REALTOR®ʼs firm; “agent” means a real estate licensee (including brokers and sales associates) acting in an agency relationship as defined by state law or regulation; and “broker” means a real estate licensee (including brokers and sales associates) acting as an agent or in a legally recognized non-agency capacity.

 

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