2022-2024 Alaska Prohibited Conduct


Alaska's statutes and regulations set forth stringent requirements governing licensees' behavior to ensure that the interests of the public are always protected. This course discusses different types of prohibited conduct relating to receiving and paying commissions, false advertising and misrepresentations, falsifying credentials, conflicts of interest, and disclosure obligations. Diligent brokers and salespersons who have a solid understanding of the actions they can and cannot lawfully take will ensure they remain in compliance with Alaska law.

This course is mandatory for the 2022-2024 cycle and has been approved for the one-hour designated continuing education course on prohibited conduct.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion, students will be able to:

  • explain Alaska's rules on the payment and acceptance of commissions
  • explain the acts that unlicensed personnel may and may not lawfully perform
  • summarize the penalties for falsifying an application for a license
  • describe the purpose of the Alaska Real Estate Commission Consumer Disclosure
  • recognize the different types of representation, including specific assistance, representation, neutral licensee, and designated licensee
  • explain what licensees can and cannot advertise about properties and penalties for violating these rules
  • identify licensees' disclosure obligations regarding conflicts of interest

Designed For

Real estate licensees who are renewing their licenses during the 2022-2024 license cycle

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