EFFECTIVE JUNE 20, 2012
rule changes were adopted by the Commission, effective June 20, 2012.
Matter added to current rule appears in bold italics.
Matter removed from current rule appears [
brackets and struckthrough].
Rea 103.01 Request for Information. Information may be obtained from the commission by writing or calling the commission office at:
NH Real Estate Commission
House Annex] 64 South Street
Capitol Street, Room 434]
Concord, NH 03301
Rea 404.03 Copies of Written Instruments.
(a) A broker shall, after execution by all parties, deliver the original or photocopy or electronic transmission of any instruments to any party or parties executing the same without delay when:
(1) Such instrument has been prepared by such broker or under her or his supervision;
(2) Such instrument relates to the employment of the broker;
(3) Such instrument pertains to the consummation of a lease, purchase, sale or exchange of real property; or
(4) Such instrument pertains to any other type of real estate transaction in which a broker participates.
(a) A salesperson or broker shall not advertise the sale, purchase, exchange, or lease of real property, other than the sale, exchange or lease of her or his own real property, in a manner indicating the offer to sell, purchase, exchange or lease is being made by a principal. Every such advertisement shall clearly indicate that it is an advertisement of a principal broker, pursuant to RSA 331-A:16, IV.
(f) Commissioners and commission employees shall refuse gifts as defined by RSA 15-B:2, V from groups or persons whose interests have been, are, or are likely to be before the agency.
Rea 702.03 REPEALED.
Rea 702.03 Accounting. A broker charged with
closing a real estate transaction shall prepare and deliver or cause to be
prepared and delivered, to the buyer and seller upon completion of the
transaction, a detailed financial statement of all accounts relative to the
transaction showing respective receipts and disbursements.]