The Listing Content includes, but is not limited to, photographs, images, graphics, audio and video recordings, virtual tours, drawings, descriptions, notes, stories, pricing information and other details or information related to the properties listed. A Participant has the right, on behalf of the Subscriber or on behalf of Subscribers who derive their right to use the Service through the Subscriber, to contest a sanction involving the suspension of the Service, except that there is no right of appeal if the suspension is due to non-payment or late payment of fees or charges, imposed in accordance with Article VI of these Rules and Regulations. An appeal, to the extent permitted hereunder, must be filed in writing with the Service within twenty-one (21) days of the imposition of the sanction(s) under appeal. The objection shall be forwarded by the Service within fifteen (15) business days of receipt to the Board of Directors of the Service or to such committee or other officer of the Board of Directors as the CEO, the Board of Directors or the Executive Committee of the Board may from time to time designate as an arbitral tribunal to adjudicate appeals (each, an “Appeals Tribunal”). A court of appeal consists of at least three persons chosen by the service. If an appeal is referred to a Court of Appeal, service must simultaneously notify the party to the appeal in writing, and the appeal shall be heard by the Court of Appeal within fifteen (15) business days of its referral. If an appeal is lodged in a timely and appropriate manner after the imposition of a stay, the stay itself shall be suspended from the date of filing of the appeal until the conclusion of the appeal procedure and the adoption of the decision by the Court of Appeal. The Court of Appeal operates according to the procedures it announces to the appeal party and the service, these rules and regulations are intended to ensure that the appeal process is informal and not subject to formal rules of evidence, but that the trial as a whole is fair to each of the parties involved. Parties to an appeal must appear before an appellate court without the participation of a lawyer. The decisions of an appellate court are final and binding on the parties.
(i) No part of the MLS Database may be distributed, made available or made available to anyone except as provided in these Rules and/or the VOW Policy of the National Association of REALTORS®. Changes to the MLS Policy and MLS Rules and Regulations from previous years can be found here. Section 10.3 Statistical Reports MLS may provide statistical reports, sold information and other information reports derived from MLS to REAL ESTATE BROKERS who do not participate in MLS, but who are engaged in real estate brokerage, management, valuation, development or development. Additional costs incurred in providing such information to real estate brokers and sales representatives who do not participate in the MLS may be included in the resubmitted price or disclosed in any way to individuals, offices or businesses, unless otherwise authorized in the MLS rules and regulations. Section 13.2 Applicability of the Rules to MLS Nothing in these Rules shall limit MLS`s right to enter into license agreements with third parties for the use of the MLS Compilations or any part thereof in accordance with terms approved by the Board of Directors. Subject to the rules regarding the re-entry draft and free agency, a former MLS player that the league had already tried but could not re-sign returned to MLS, his former club having the right to refuse pre-emption. (o) Each IDX screen controlled by a participant must uniquely identify the name of the brokerage firm under which it operates in a highly visible color and font. For purposes of the IDX Policy and these Rules, “control” means the ability to add, delete, modify and update information in accordance with the IDX Policy and MLS Rules. g) If non-principal brokers or distribution licensees are authorized by MLS to conduct VOWs with the consent of their participant, such vows remain under the control of the participant, and the participant and the non-principal sales broker or licensee are liable under these rules. If each of the disputing parties is a “real estate agent” ® (as defined from time to time by the National Association of Realtors and Salespersons) and if the rules, regulations or other requirements of the National Association of REALTORS or any of its affiliates to which the disputing parties are subject so require, the parties shall submit their dispute to a court of law for resolution by binding arbitration, maintained by a board of directors or association of real estate®®® agents (a “® Real Estate Court”).
and that have been selected or otherwise determined in accordance with these rules, regulations or other requirements. If one or more of the disputing parties are a REALTOR and one or more are not, the parties must either (i) submit their dispute to a REALTOR court (which may include, but is not limited to, a REALTOR court maintained by the Massachusetts Association of REREALTORS) for resolution by binding arbitration, (A) the REALTOR®®®® or REAL ESTATE AGENTS,®® who is a party to the dispute, is selected, and (B) who is willing to arbitrate, or (ii) if all the disputing parties agree, to a tribunal acceptable to the disputing parties. If none of the disputing parties is a real estate® agent, the parties must either (i) submit their dispute to a court in which one or more of the disputing parties were first to bring a claim in respect of the dispute, provided that such court has jurisdiction over all the parties to the dispute, (ii) if a claim has not been brought before a court in accordance with paragraph (i), and, if all parties to the dispute agree, by binding arbitration before a tribunal of any kind acceptable to the disputing parties.