2009 Alabama Code
Title 34 — PROFESSIONS AND BUSINESSES.
Chapter 27 — REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
Section 34-27-3 Nonresident may not act except in cooperation with licensed broker of state; written co-brokerage agreement to be filed.
Nonresident may not act except in cooperation with licensed broker of state; written co-brokerage agreement to be filed.
(a) A licensed broker of another state may act as co-broker with a licensed broker of this state by executing a written agreement specifying each parcel of property covered by the agreement if the state in which the nonresident broker is licensed offers the same privileges to licensees of this state.
(b) Whenever an Alabama broker enters into a co-brokerage agreement with a nonresident broker to perform in Alabama any of the acts described in Section 34-27-30 the Alabama broker shall file within 10 days with the commission a copy of each such written agreement. By signing the agreement, the nonresident broker agrees to abide by Alabama law, and the rules and regulations of the commission; and further agrees that civil actions may be commenced against him in any court of competent jurisdiction in any county of this state in which a claim may arise.(Acts 1951, No. 422, p. 745, §7; Acts 1963, No. 290, p. 734, §1; Acts 1971, No. 2485, p. 3966, §7; Acts 1971, 3rd Ex. Sess., No. 310, p. 4599, §1; Acts 1975, No. 563, p. 1276, §1; Acts 1978, No. 654, p. 932; Acts 1983, No. 83-516, p. 781, §1; Acts 1985, No. 85-750, p. 1204, §1; Acts 1988, No. 88-214, p. 315, §3.)
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