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(225 ILCS 454/15-35)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2030)
Agency relationship disclosure.
(a) A licensee acting as a designated agent shall advise a consumer in writing, no later than beginning to work as a designated agent on behalf of the consumer, of the following:
(1) That a designated agency relationship exists,
unless there is written agreement between the sponsoring broker and the consumer providing for a different agency relationship; and
(2) The name or names of the designated agent or
agents on the written disclosure, which can be included in a brokerage agreement or be a separate document, a copy of which is retained by the sponsoring broker for the licensee.
(b) The licensee representing the consumer shall discuss with the consumer the sponsoring broker's compensation and policy with regard to
brokers who represent other parties in a transaction.
(c) A licensee shall disclose in writing to a customer that the licensee is
not acting as the agent
of the customer at a time intended to prevent disclosure of confidential
information from a
customer to a licensee, but in no event later than the preparation of an offer
to purchase or lease real
(Source: P.A. 101-357, eff. 8-9-19; 102-970, eff. 5-27-22.)