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58-3060. Brokers; primary office and branch offices, requirements, notices to commission of certain changes or office closure; effect of office closure on affiliated licenses. (a) Each licensed resident broker shall have and maintain a primary office in the state of Kansas, or in an adjoining state. Each licensed nonresident broker shall have and maintain a primary office in the broker's state of residence or in the state of Kansas.

(b) A supervising broker shall be designated to supervise the primary office and the activities of salespersons and associate brokers assigned to the primary office. Each additional office or place of business, other than the primary office, shall be designated a branch office and a branch broker shall be designated to supervise such office and the activities of salespersons and associate brokers assigned to such office.

(c) A supervising broker shall give written notice to the commission within five days of any change in the:

(1) Supervising broker's name;

(2) business name;

(3) trade name;

(4) location of any office of the broker; or

(5) broker designated as the branch broker or supervising broker of an office.

(d) A supervising broker shall give written notice to the commission within five days of closure of a primary office or branch office. The commission shall place each license that is still affiliated with the closed office, at the time of closure, on inactive status unless that license is affiliated with another office.

(e) The requirement of maintaining an office as provided by this section shall not apply to an associate broker, to a broker whose license is on deactivated status or to an officer, member, partner, shareholder or employee of an association, corporation, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, partnership or professional corporation who is not designated as the supervising broker of an office of the association, corporation, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, partnership or professional corporation.

(f) A primary office may be in the supervising broker's residence. A branch office may be in the branch broker's residence.

History: L. 1980, ch. 164, § 27; L. 1986, ch. 209, § 12; L. 2010, ch. 104, § 8; L. 2019, ch. 23, § 6; July 1.



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