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58-3083.Expiration or deactivation of certain licenses; notifications required, when. (a) Unless notification is provided to the commission prior to the expiration date or deactivation date of the supervising broker's or branch broker's license that another broker will act as the supervising broker or branch broker, the supervising broker or branch broker whose license expires or is deactivated, on or before the expiration date or deactivation date of the license, shall advise all clients and customers that the supervising broker or branch broker and any licensees that are employed by or associated with the supervising broker or branch broker will be unable to perform the terms and conditions contained in the listing or brokerage agreement with the client or customer after the expiration or deactivation of the supervising broker's or branch broker's license. Upon receipt of notice from the supervising broker or branch broker or the expiration date or deactivation date of the supervising broker's or branch broker's license, whichever is earlier, the client or customer may enter into a listing or brokerage agreement with another broker of their choice.

(b) Unless the commission notifies the supervising broker or branch broker in writing that the commission has authorized another broker to act as the supervising broker or branch broker during the period of suspension, deactivation or revocation, the supervising broker or branch broker whose license is suspended, deactivated or revoked, within five calendar days after the effective date of the order of suspension, deactivation or revocation, shall advise all clients and customers that the supervising broker or branch broker and any licensees that are employed by or associated with the supervising broker or branch broker will be unable to perform the terms and conditions contained in the listing or brokerage agreement with the client or customer after the effective date of the suspension, deactivation or revocation. Upon receipt of notice from the supervising broker or branch broker, or upon the effective date of the order of suspension, deactivation or revocation if notice is not properly given, the client or customer may enter into a listing or brokerage agreement with another broker of their choice.

(c) A supervising broker or branch broker whose license expires or is suspended, deactivated or revoked may not sell or assign listings and brokerage agreements to another broker without the written consent of the owner of the property, and any sale or assignment of a listing or brokerage agreement must be completed prior to the expiration of the supervising broker's or branch broker's license or the effective date of the order of suspension, deactivation or revocation.

(d) The provisions of this section shall be a part of and supplemental to the Kansas real estate brokers' and salespersons' license act.

History: L. 2007, ch. 88, § 13; L. 2009, ch. 7, § 7; July 1.



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