Anti-Trust Policy

BRIGHAM-TREMONTON BOARD OF REALTORS®
SUMMARY OF BOARD'S ANTI-TRUST COMPLIANCE POLICY

TO BE READ AT ALL MEETINGS

The BRIGHAM TREMONTON BOARD OF REALTORS® and its Officers, Directors, employees and committees fully support and intend to comply with all applicable federal and state anti-trust laws and shall not engage in any anti-competitive conduct or practices, nor allow the Board to be used by any member or committee for any anti­competitive or unlawful purpose or having any anti-competitive effect, including but not limited to the following kinds of prohibited conduct:

a.    Any discussions or effort to directly or indirectly fix, peg, raise, lower, control, recommend, suggest or maintain broker's commissions or commission splits on the sale of real estate.

b.    Any contract, combination, conspiracy, discussions, or effort to divide or allocate real estate markets or customers.

c.    Any discussions or effort to engage in any boycott or concerted refusal to deal.

d.    Any discussions or effort to disparage or injure the business or trade of anyone.

 

Minutes should be kept of all meetings of the Directors, Executive Committees and standing committees which summarize accurately and concisely the action taken at the meeting. For maximum protection, the minutes should be reviewed by the officer in charge and/or Board Counsel to be sure that the language used is not subject to misinterpretation.

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