(k) The broker may not transfer, sell or transfer a written agency agreement to another broker without the written consent of all parties to the original agreement. (e) To establish an agency relationship with a buyer or tenant, a broker must enter into a written agency agreement with the party, which must be represented at the latest at the signing of a sales or lease agreement. Kansas Statutes Annotated 12-6a20 Disclosure by Seller; Recognition. In the context of the contract or prior to the execution of a contract for the sale of a property subject to a particular predisposition or royalty in accordance with the K.S.A. 12-6aa01 ff. and its modifications, the seller must inform the buyer that the property is subject to such a tax or royalty or that it is in an improvement zone which, in accordance with the K.S.A. 12-6a0 ff. If the amount of this special tax or tax is unknown, the seller must make a good faith estimate of this amount. The seller of the property receives written confirmation from the purchaser that the purchaser is aware of such a predisposition or tax or that the property is located in an improvement zone established pursuant to K.S.A. 12-6a01 and following, and modifications to it. (i) An agency agreement or a written transaction brokerage agreement may not contain any authorization for the broker to sign or open a document on behalf of the broker`s client or client in a real estate transaction, or to authorize the broker to act as a lawyer for the client or client. 58-30,109 Brokerage company that is a transaction agent; Related licensees; Designated officers; The rules and regulations. (a) In the absence of designated agents designated in accordance with point b), a brokerage firm may act as a transactional broker in accordance with K.S.A.
58-30,113 and amend an internal transaction with the informed agreement of the seller and purchaser. Informed consent is signed by a transaction broker after and by the buyer before the offer is made and by the seller before the contract is signed. (c) A broker may be mandated as a transactional broker by verbal or written agreement with the seller, lessor, buyer or tenant. A broker is considered a transaction broker, unless: 58-30,103. brokerage contracts for transactions in writing. (a) Unless it acts as a transaction broker or as a seller, buyer, lessor or tenant, a broker acts only as a legal agent in the execution of a real estate transaction. No licensee may act as a dual agent or as a dual agent and an undisclosed contractor. (b) A broker may collaborate with a single party in separate transactions because of different relationships, including, but not limited to the sale of a property as a seller, and collaborates with that seller when purchasing a different property as the buyer`s representative, if the broker respects that deed when establishing relationships for each transaction.