Register Today for the ARELLO Mid-Year Meeting: "Leadership-Sharing Solutions," April 10th-13th!

Leadership is all about developing and sharing solutions, and the 2019 ARELLO Mid-Year Meeting presents a great opportunity to network with colleagues about common challenges. You're invited, so register today to join us in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 10th-13th!

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Regulatory Reform: Ohio Enacts "Least Restrictive Regulation" Policy, Adds Home Inspector Licensing

Recently enacted Ohio legislation adopts extensive processes for the periodic evaluation and potential expiration of occupational licensing laws and boards, and also adopts a "least restrictive regulation" policy for both existing and proposed licensing programs. Interestingly, the ...

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British Columbia Launches Condo/Strata Property Assignment Register to Thwart Tax Evasion

The government of British Columbia recently released regulations that create a new online Condo and Strata Assignment Integrity Register (CSAIR) and developer reporting requirements that are designed to crack down on tax evasion and make the real estate market more transparent and fair ...

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New York Court Upholds Title Insurance Kickback Rules

A New York appellate court recently upheld State Department of Financial Services (DFS) regulations prohibiting title insurance companies from providing specified inducements, as well as "any consideration or valuable thing," for the referral of title insurance business.

As ...

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Utah Supreme Court: Broker Non-Reliance Clause is Enforceable "As Far As It Goes"

The Utah Supreme Court recently ruled that a non-reliance clause in a real estate brokerage agreement protected against liability for alleged seller misrepresentations passed along by a broker to a buyer, but not for the broker's independent alleged representations.

As recited by the ...

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