32-2151.02. Real estate employment agreements; definition
A. All real estate employment agreements shall:
1. Be written in clear and unambiguous language.
2. Fully set forth all material terms, including the terms of broker compensation.
3. Have a definite duration or expiration date, showing dates of inception and expiration.
4. Be signed by all parties to the agreement.
B. An employing broker shall not assign a real estate employment agreement to another broker without the express written consent of all parties to the agreement at the time of the assignment.
C. A licensee shall not procure, or attempt to procure, a real estate employment agreement from a party who is already subject to an existing exclusive real estate employment agreement unless the licensee has received written acknowledgment from the party that the execution of additional real estate employment agreements could expose the party to liability for substantial additional commissions. Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to abrogate any civil liability of a licensee arising out of this conduct.
D. A real estate employment agreement is not required for a licensee to represent a party in a transaction.
E. For the purposes of this section, "real estate employment agreement" means a written agreement by which a real estate broker is entitled to compensation for services rendered pursuant to section 44-101, paragraph 7.