Code of Conduct

G. EAAB Code of Conduct

Under the EAAB code of conduct, an agent is obliged to: To protect the interests of their clients at all times. To avoid misrepresentation. To disclose all facts. To avoid bringing discredit to the industry. To adhere to legal requirements in contracts. To avoid undue influence (i.e. prevent him from appointing his own conveyancers). To avoid unethical marketing tactics. To...

I17. Agent’s Commission

An Explanation of the “Effective Cause” Commissions Due in Terms of a Contract Estate agents need to know precisely what they have to do to secure their commission in a sale as disputes often arise after a sale is concluded or, commonly, where Seller has deliberately or innocently avoided their agents when finalising sales with prospective Buyers. The law at this point has been defined...

P1. Rental Agent Legal Obligations

The role of the rental agent Rental Property Law places the agent in a dynamic position. An agent is an extension of its principal An agent can never represent both landlord and tenant in this transaction. As such, your duty lies with your landlord, so place a qualified tenant! The relationship between landlord and agent is governed by: Case law. Legislation. And contract. Case...

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