license laws

license laws

Particular state laws having to do with qualifications, licensing, and oversight of real estate or other professionals within the state in order to (1) ensure minimal levels of expertise, (2) promulgate enforceable standards to protect consumers from fraud, abuse, or negligence, and (3) provide mechanisms for self-policing of the industry. One can check the license status of any purported real estate broker or agent by going to the Web site of the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials,www.arello.org,and clicking on License Registration Verification.

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Editor's Note: For additional information regarding the state specific graduated license laws, please visit the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) website at www.
PEMCO also asked drivers if intermediate license laws are enforced with the teen drivers in their own households.
While nationwide, one in ten drivers aged 15 to 17 reported driving under the influence of alcohol, the drinking and driving increased as the restrictiveness of graduated drivers license laws decreased.
AAA-sponsored Graduated Driver License laws now exist in all 50 states with the passage of laws in Hawaii, Montana and Wyoming last year.
Forty-six states have Graduated Driver License laws.
While nationwide, one in 10 drivers aged 15 to 17 reported driving under the influence of alcohol, the drinking and driving increased as the restrictiveness of graduated drivers license laws decreased.
States have a variety of license laws for resident agents and require nonresidents to obtain several licenses.
The Code predates real estate license laws, and when these laws were established, many were based on the standards set in the Realtor(R) Code of Ethics.
State Farm praises inclusion of incentives to promote strong Graduated Driver's License laws
IREM believes that the management of residential apartments, condominiums, cooperatives and homeowner's associations involves real estate activities and should require a license under existing state license laws.
AAA Texas, which sponsored the state's new Graduated Driver License law, reviewed statistics going back to 1975 and found that on average more teens, aged 15 to 17, are killed or injured in October than any other month of the year.