2020 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 59. Professions and Occupations
§59-858-355.1. Brokerage services to both parties in transaction - Disclosure.

A. All brokerage agreements shall incorporate as material terms the duties and responsibilities set forth in Section 858-353 of The Oklahoma Real Estate License Code.

B. A broker may provide brokerage services to one or both parties in a transaction.

C. A broker who is providing brokerage services to one or both parties shall describe and disclose in writing the broker's duties and responsibilities set forth in Section 858-353 of The Oklahoma Real Estate License Code prior to the party or parties signing a contract to sell, purchase, lease, option, or exchange real estate.

D. A firm that provides brokerage services to both parties in a transaction shall provide written notice to both parties that the firm is providing brokerage services to both parties to a transaction prior to the parties signing a contract to purchase, lease, option or exchange real estate.

E. If a broker intends to provide fewer brokerage services than those required to complete a transaction, the broker shall provide written disclosure to the party for whom the broker is providing brokerage services. Such disclosure shall include a description of those steps in the transaction for which the broker will not provide brokerage services, and also state that the broker assisting the other party in the transaction is not required to provide assistance with these steps in any manner.

Added by Laws 2012, c. 251, § 3, eff. Nov. 1, 2013. Amended by Laws 2013, c. 240, § 4, eff. Nov. 1, 2013.

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