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Professional ethics for estate agents the code of conduct incorporating a commentary on the practical application and implementation thereof. by

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Published by Estate Agents Board in Sandown, Sandton .
Written in English



  • South Africa.


  • Real estate business -- Law and legislation -- South Africa.,
  • Real estate agents -- Professional Ethics -- South Africa.

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Edition Notes

Cover title.

Other titlesBeroepsetiek vir eiendomsagente
ContributionsSandton (South Africa). Estate Agents Board.
LC ClassificationsKTL929.3.R42 P76 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination17, 19 p. ;
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1230358M
LC Control Number94232057

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Both lively and thought provoking, this book requires students to evaluate problems, relationships, and hypothetical situations from a liability point of view. It provides the real estate agent with a reliable reference to turn to for competent advice when dealing with complex situations. Highlights include: * Includes many case studies based on real situations and end Reviews: 1.   The first Code of Ethics for real estate was written in and was adopted by real estate agents in an effort to legitimize the profession. Because clients trust real estate agents with the largest financial decisions of their lives, agents at that time — and even today — wanted a way to signal their professionalism. In , the National Association of Realtors (NAR) Code of Ethics was adopted in the U.S. to establish a professional standard of conduct in the real estate industry. The Code of Ethics. Estate Agents (Professional Conduct) Regulations S.R. No. 49/ 3 Authorised by the Chief Parliamentary Counsel Part 2—Conduct of estate agents and agents' representatives 6 Knowledge of the law An estate agent and an agent's representative must have a working knowledge of— (a) the Act and any regulations made under the Act; and.