Managing broker definition

Managing broker means a broker who has supervisory
Managing broker means a broker who manages a branch office.
Managing broker means a broker who has supervisory responsibilities for licensees in one or, in the case of a multi-office company, more than one office and who has been appointed as such by the sponsoring broker.

Examples of Managing broker in a sentence

  • Corporation licensing procedures and requirements of good standing 605:10-7-8.1 Partnership licensing procedures and requirements of good standing 605:10-7-8.2 Association licensing procedures and requirements of good standing 605:10-7-8.3 Sole Proprietor Licensing Procedures605:10-7-8.4 Managing broker, broker proprietor or branch broker’s corporation or association formed for the purpose of receiving compensation605:10-7-9.

  • As used in this chapter, "limited agent" means a licensee who, with the written and informed consent of all parties to a real estate transaction, represents both the seller and buyer or both the landlord and tenant and whose duties and responsibilities to a client are only those set forth in this chapter.As added by P.L.128-1994, SEC.6. Amended by P.L.130-1999, SEC.9. IC 25-34.1-10-7.5 "Managing broker" definedSec.

  • Indiana Real Estate Commission; 876 IAC 5-2-11) 876 IAC 5-2-12 "Managing broker" defined Authority: IC 25-34.1-2-5; IC 25-34.1-2-5.1Affected: IC 25-34.1-1-2 Sec.

  • WSR 10-06-078, § 308-124C-135, filed 3/1/10, effective 7/1/10.] WAC 308-124C-137 Managing broker delegated responsibilities.

  • Indiana Real Estate Commission; 876 IAC 7-3-3) 876 IAC 7-3-4 Managing broker coursesAuthority: IC 25-34.1-2-5; IC 25-34.1-4-0.5 Affected: IC 25-34.1-3-4.1 Sec.


More Definitions of Managing broker

Managing broker means, at the choice of the Brokerage Member:
Managing broker means a natural person acting on behalf of
Managing broker means a natural person acting on
Managing broker means, prior to May 1, 2011, a broker and, after April 30,2011, a broker or licensed managing broker who has supervisory responsibilities for licensees in one or, in the case of a multi-office company, more than one office and who has been appointed as such by the sponsoring broker. All licensees acting as a managing broker or self-sponsored broker after April 30, 2012 must have a managing broker license or obtain one within 90 days after being named a managing broker. Refer to the definition of sponsoring broker.
Managing broker means a licensee who may be authorized to