Case Studies: Compliance vs. Violation

08 Feb

Case Studies: Compliance vs. Violation

Case Studies: Compliance vs. Violation

Wednesday, February 8, 2023 (8:30 AM to 12:15 PM)
3.75 Education Credits
Zoom Only - Link will be sent 24hrs prior to start of class

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Case studies: Compliance vs. Violation

By attending this 3.75 hour course, real estate students will be exposed to the laws regulating license activity called Chapter 82. By reviewing these statutes, licensees will be more aware of their standards of performance expected by law. Consequences can be severe and carry stiff penalties like financial fines, gross misdemeanor charges and more. Agents will learn about the requirement for providing Agency Disclosures at substantive contact and the protections afforded to consumers so that all consumers are treated fairly. This course satisfies one hour of agency and one hour of fair housing.

Learning objectives
· Understand the consequences imposed by the state Regulatory Body
· Review the laws regulating the real estate industry
· Recognize the need to make Agency Disclosures
· Learn about the protected classes and the prohibitions

This course has been approved by the Minnesota Commissioner of Commerce for 3.75 hours of Real Estate Continuing Education. Prepare to be on time as the DOC rules require that you cannot miss ANY class instruction or CE credits will not be given.

**Please note: This class will be offered via live Online/Webinar . Camera is NOT required.
Materials and class attendance requirements will be sent to you at the beginning of class. Video attendance is required 100% of the time. Attendees are responsible for their own technology (Zoom access & speakers.)  

Zoom Only - Link will be sent 24hrs prior to start of class
Zoom Only - Link will be sent 24hrs prior to start of class

Mike Brennen

All cancellations must be made 24 hours prior to class to avoid a $25 "no show" fee.

Please remember that there are people usually waiting to get into a class so when you don't show or when you've reserved a "spot" in the class, and then don't show - you have taken an opportunity away from another member. (No-Shows apply to those attending both in-person and/or virtually)
Thank you for your cooperation.