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Legal Pulse

The Legal Pulse is a quarterly newsletter that analyzes trends in the previous quarter that impact real estate professionals. The newsletter tracks both cases and statutes. The Legal Pulse is a valuable tool not only because it tracks when real estate professionals are currently being held liable, but it also identifies emerging issues and trends, helping to reveal where additional training is needed.

4Q 2014: Year in Review

April 15, 2015: 

This edition examines highlights research from the fourth quarter as well as looking at trends and emerging issues on Agency, PCD, RESPA, and Fair Housing from 2014.

3Q 2014: Agency, Property Condition Disclosure, RESPA, Ethics

December 17, 2014: 

A summary of legal research on topics that may be a source of legal liability for real-estate licensees: Agency, Property Condition Disclosure, RESPA, Technology, Antitrust, and Third-Party Liability issues.

2Q 2014: Agency, Property Condition Disclosure, RESPA, Ethics

September 3, 2014: 

A summary of legal research on topics that may be a source of legal liability for real-estate licensees: Agency, Property Condition Disclosure, RESPA, and Ethics issues.

1Q 2014: Agency, PCD Rights, RESPA, Employment

May 2, 2014: 

A summary of legal research on topics that may be a source of legal liability for real-estate licensees: Agency, Property Condition Disclosure, and RESPA, as well as a limited number of Employment issues. 

Legal Pulse 4Q 2014 Video Highlights

View highlights of research from the fourth quarter as in addition to trends and emerging issues from 2014.

Access All Legal Pulse Research

All Legal Pulse research and archived editions of the Legal Pulse newsletter can be found at the Legal Research Center's Legal e-Book Library.

ARELLO Archive

The NAR/ARELLO Archive is a compilation of new types of laws collected over the past few years.  This resource is helpful to guide states that may want to adopt similar laws in their state.