Important law for residential estate agents
Estate agents need to understand the laws which govern their businesses and how to apply them in practice. With legislation changing all the time, agents must continually stay up to date to avoid penalties.
- Setting up in business as an estate agent
- Sole trader, partnership and a company
- The Estate Agents Act 1979
- Understanding for whom you act
- Anti-Money Laundering
- Duties of an estate agent
- Terms of Business
- Consumer rights
- Legislation that affects you as a business
- Common law implications
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