The first relates to the e-mail notification clause. When the FIRST introduction by the OREA, the clause entitled “Sending documents and communications by e-mail” could be included in Schedule A of standard purchase and sale agreements. This is no longer necessary since the following forms contain this clause: the Committee has therefore revised the “Use and Dissemination of Information” clause in the following forms: The revised 2012 standard forms addressed several important issues raised by REALTORS® and real estate managers. A second issue that was addressed by the committee concerns the ownership of information, such as brochures and other documents that are listed and distributed in a list. These documents may have been prepared by other parties. The real estate authorities have expressed doubts about the authority or authorization to distribute this material. The forms are published in the “Members” section on the OREA website (www.orea.com). Please be careful if you use e-mails to distribute documents and messages. For more information, see www.oreablog.com/2011/09/youve-got-e-mail. Your subscription gives you exclusive access to forms that you can use at any time and that are updated each year.
In addition, you have access to a comprehensive list of more than 300 commercial and residential clauses. In the hope of resolving this issue, the Committee revised the text of Sections 3 A ( 1) and 3 (b) (1). An order request has been added to the empty part of the form in which the commission is inserted – “Commission as stated in MLS® information.” Get even more file management features with the standard OREA form via RealtiWeb. You can save the information with your files, return it, reproduce forms and insert clauses more easily into calendars. The information can then be used in other parts of the RealtiWeb file. Finally, due to data protection requirements, the Committee added a disclaimer in the form of 260: Resident Market Comparison Guide. All you need to do is sign up for LDD and pay the annual subscription fee of $80.00 plus taxes. You can then frequently access the standard forms for the rest of the calendar year in which you paid the royalty.