Estate Agents and their Employment Relationship to Sales Representatives
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Brown, Kevin. 2000. Estate Agents and their Employment Relationship to Sales Representatives. Legal Issues in Business 2: 53-60.
Legal Issues in Business
School of Business Law
Curtin Business School
This paper examines the laws relating to the relationship between real estate agents andtheir sales representatives in Western Australia. It examines the Real Estate and BusinessAgents Act 1978 (WA), the concepts of "real estate agent" and "sales representatives", andthe employment status of sales representatives. It identifies some of the legislativeprovisions and issues that impact upon the employment conditions of salespersons andpoints out sources on the internet where further specific information on legal issuesinvolving real estate agents and salespersons can be found.
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