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The REALTOR® Code of Ethics is enforced at the local level through the Montgomery County Association of REALTORS®. Any person who feels a REALTOR® may have violated the Code of Ethics may file an Ethics Complaint against a member of this Association. The MCAR Grievance Committee will review the complaint and forward it for a professional standard hearing if warranted. Please contact MCAR at 610-260-9931 or email@example.com with any inquiries.
Who can file an ethics complaint?
Any person, whether a member or not, having reason to believe that a member is in violation of any conduct subject to disciplinary action.
What's the difference between an ethics complaint and an arbitration request?
An ethics complaint charges that a REALTOR® or REALTOR® ASSOCIATE has violated an Article(s) of the Code of Ethics. An arbitration request involves a dispute over entitlement to a monetary transaction (e.g. a commission)
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