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Article 4.27: Allowing Unauthorized Access

Posted by MFRMLS Mon, 05 Jun 2006 21:29:00 GMT


ARTICLE 4 – RULES and REGULATIONS


Section 27: Allowing Unauthorized Access.  Allowing unauthorized access to the System/services or distribution of MLS data is strictly prohibited.  Unauthorized Access is defined as the following:

A.   Internal: A Participant/Subscriber who shares a password with or distributes listing information to another individual in the same office or firm as the Participant/Subscriber, and that individual is not an authorized Participant/Subscriber, the Participant/Subscriber will receive an automatic/progressive fine as established by the Board of Directors.  The penalty for non-compliance is outlined in the Automatic Fine Schedule, Level II (See Article 11/Section 4C).

B.  
External: A Participant/Subscriber who allows unauthorized access to or use of the MLS by a third party outside the same office or firm as the Participant/Subscriber for any purpose, including but not limited to use for monetary gain.  The penalty for non-compliance is outlined in the Automatic Fine Schedule, Level III (See Article 11/Section 4 C).

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Article 4.28: Energy Efficiency Documentation

Posted by MFRMLS Wed, 28 Sep 2011 23:20:00 GMT


ARTICLE 4 – RULES and REGULATIONS

Section 28: Energy Efficiency Documentation: Entry and disclosure of energy efficient (green) property features in the MLS database is optional.  However, if the listing agent selects an option from the Green Certifications field, documented proof of the certification must be uploaded to the listing immediately following listing entry or update.

Note: Any violations of this would be imposed by the progressive fine schedule. (Adopted 10/2011)

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Article 4.29: Expected Closing Date

Posted by MFRMLS Wed, 28 Sep 2011 23:24:00 GMT


ARTICLE 4 – RULES and REGULATIONS

Section 29: Expected Closing Date: When a closing date has changed, the “Expected Closing Date” must be updated to reflect the correct date.  Failure to update within five (5) business days excluding weekends and federally recognized holidays after one (1) day courtesy notice (See Article 11/Section 4A), will result in a fine based on the Progressive Fine Schedule (See Article 11/Section 4D). Expected Closing date is NOT required on listings indicated as “Short Sale” in the Special Sale Provision Field (Updated 3/2013).

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Article 4.30: Submission of Requested Documents

Posted by MFRMLS Mon, 28 Nov 2011 22:54:00 GMT


ARTICLE 4 – RULES and REGULATIONS


Section 30: Submission of Requested Documents:  When requesting documentation for purposes of auditing a listing, the documents must be received within two (2) days. Failure to comply by the deadline will result in an automatic fine as outlined in the Automatic Fine Schedule, Level II (See Article 11/Section 4C).

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