REALTORS® must not make false or unfounded ethical claims knowingly or recklessly. (Supposed 1/00) REALTORS® shall not disclose or disseminate in an unauthorized manner any allegations, findings or decisions developed in the course of an ethics hearing or appeal, or in the course of an arbitral trial or procedural review. (Amended 1/92) REALTORS® cannot obtain buyer/tenant contracts from buyers/tenants subject to exclusive buyer/tenant contracts. However® at the request of a REALTOR® the broker refuses to disclose the expiry date of the exclusive buyer-tenant contract, realtor® may contact the buyer/tenant to obtain such information and may discuss the conditions under which realtor® may enter into a future buyer/tenant contract or, alternatively, enter into a buyer/tenant contract that will take effect upon the expiration of an existing exclusive buyer/tenant contract. (Adopted on 1/94, amended 1/98) Article 16 is not intended to prohibit aggressive or innovative, otherwise ethical business practices, and does not prohibit any deviation from other REALTORS® which include commissions, fees, indemnities or other forms of payment or expenses. (Adopted on 1/93, amended 1/95) For electronic assistance or the competence of a customer or customer for the establishment of a contract (for example.B. Lease and replacement contracts, sales contracts, leases, etc.) REALTORS® will endeavor to explain the nature of the contractual relationship and disclose the specific terms of the contractual relationship before it is agreed by a contracting party. (Adopted on 1.07.) Article 16 does not prevent REALTORS® from making general announcements to potential customers describing their services and the conditions of their availability, although some beneficiaries may have concluded agency contracts or other exclusive relations with another REALTOR®. For the purposes of this standard, any general telephone advertising, general mailing or distribution addressed to all interested parties in a specific geographical area or in a particular profession, enterprise, association or organization or any other classification or group is considered „general“. (Amended 1.04.) A conflict of interest involves a conflict between our duty as WorkCover employees to serve the public interest and our personal interests. The conflict may arise from a number of factors, including our personal relationships, our employment outside of WorkCover, our membership in special interest groups, or our ownership of shares, businesses, or property. As WorkCover employees, we may also experience conflicts of interest between our public service ethic and our professional codes (e.g.
B as health professionals or as lawyers) or with our personal beliefs or opinions. Article 16 does not prevent REALTORS® from contacting the client of another broker to offer another type of real estate services or to enter into a contract that has nothing to do with the nature of the service currently provided (for example.B. Property management unlike intermediation) or offering the same type of service to real estate that is not subject to the exclusive agreements of other brokers….