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New York Real Property - Article 12-A - (440 - 443-A) Real Estate Brokers and Real Estate Salesmen

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  • New York Real Property - Article 12-A - Real Estate Brokers and Real Estate Salesmen
    Section 440. Definitions. 440-a. License required for real estate brokers and salesmen. 440-b. Licenses in Putnam county. 441. Application for license. 441-a. License and pocket...
  • New York Real Property - § 440 - Definitions
    1. Whenever used in this article "real estate broker" means any person, firm, limited liability company or corporation, who, for another and for a fee,...
  • New York Real Property - § 440-A - License Required for Real Estate Brokers and Salesmen
    No person, co-partnership, limited liability company or corporation shall engage in or follow the business or occupation of, or hold himself or itself out or...
  • New York Real Property - § 440-B - Licenses in Putnam County
    On and after the first day of July, nineteen hundred thirty-four, no person, copartnership or corporation shall engage in or follow the business or occupation...
  • New York Real Property - § 441 - Application for License
    but may not dispense with the requirements of section 3-503 of the general obligations law. A renewal period within the meaning of this act is...
  • New York Real Property - § 441-A - License and Pocket Card
    1. The department of state, if satisfied of the competency and trustworthiness of the applicant, shall issue and deliver to him a license in such...
  • New York Real Property - § 441-B - License Fees
    1. The fee for a license issued or reissued under the provisions of this article entitling a person, co-partnership, limited liability company or corporation to...
  • New York Real Property - § 441-C - Revocation and Suspension of Licenses
    1. Powers of department. (a) The department of state may revoke the license of a real estate broker or salesman or suspend the same, for...
  • New York Real Property - § 441-D - Salesman's License Suspended by Revocation or Suspension of Employer's License
    The revocation or suspension of a broker's license shall operate to suspend the license of each real estate salesman associated with such broker, pending a...
  • New York Real Property - § 441-E - Denial of License; Complaints; Notice of Hearing
    1. Denial of license. The department of state shall, before making a final determination to deny an application for a license, notify the applicant in...
  • New York Real Property - § 441-F - Judicial Review
    The action of the department of state in granting or refusing to grant or to renew a license under this article or in revoking or...
  • New York Real Property - § 442 - Splitting Commissions
    No real estate broker shall pay any part of a fee, commission or other compensation received by the broker to any person for any service,...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-A - Compensation of Salesmen; Restrictions
    No real estate salesman in any place in which this article is applicable shall receive or demand compensation of any kind from any person, other...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-B - Discontinuance or Change of Salesman's Association; Report
    When the association of any real estate salesman shall have been terminated for any reason whatsoever, his broker shall forthwith notify the department of state...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-C - Violations by Salesmen; Broker's Responsibility
    No violation of a provision of this article by a real estate salesman or employee of a real estate broker shall be deemed to be...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-D - Actions for Commissions; License Prerequisite
    No person, copartnership, limited liability company or corporation shall bring or maintain an action in any court of this state for the recovery of compensation...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-E - Violations
    of the provisions of such section by persons not licensed pursuant to this article and may impose a fine not exceeding one hundred fifty dollars...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-F - Saving Clause
    The provisions of this article shall not apply to receivers, referees, administrators, executors, guardians or other persons appointed by or acting under the judgment or...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-G - Nonresident Licensees
    1. A nonresident of this state may become a real estate broker or a real estate salesman by conforming to all of the provisions of...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-H - Rules of the Secretary of State
    1. The secretary of state, and not the state real estate board established under section four hundred forty-two-i of this article, shall adopt such rules...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-I - State Real Estate Board
    which shall consist of the secretary of state, superintendent of financial services, and thirteen additional members. At least five of these members shall be "real...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-J - Effect of Invalid Provision
    Should the courts of this state declare any provision of this article unconstitutional, or unauthorized, or in conflict with any other section or provision of...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-K - Powers and Duties of the State Real Estate Board
    1. The state real estate board shall have the power to promulgate rules or regulations affecting brokers and sales persons in order to administer and...
  • New York Real Property - § 442-L - After-the-fact Referral Fees
    1. No real estate broker or salesperson, in any place in which this article is applicable, shall demand or receive a referral fee or compensation...
  • New York Real Property - § 443 - Disclosure Regarding Real Estate Agency Relationship; Form
    1. Definitions. As used in this section, the following terms shall have the following meanings: a. "Agent" means a person who is licensed as a...
  • New York Real Property - § 443-A - Disclosure Obligations
    1. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, it is not a material defect or fact relating to property offered for sale or lease, including residential...