The legal consequences of listing agreements have been the subject of numerous litigations in Minnesota. Therefore, an understanding of the intricacies of list agreements is essential to fully represent a client in a commercial real estate transaction. Therefore, there are several issues that counsel should consider when developing or reviewing a list agreement. For example, counsel should understand: (i) what type of list agreement is appropriate for the subject transaction; (ii) the length or duration of the appropriate rating agreement; (iii) events or conditions that may give the broker the right to be compensated; (iv) the length of the transfer period; and (v) the circumstances that haunt one of the parties to terminate the list contract. In addition, a broker (and brokerage advisor) should be concerned about and knowledge of the language in a sales contract that regulates the payment of commissions to brokers. Such a language must be consistent with the terms of the listing agreement.l The seller does not wish to argue with the broker over whether the seller thwarted the broker`s efforts to sell the property because the seller arbitrarily refused a particular buyer or offer. In order to avoid such taxation, the listing agreement should expressly provide that the seller retains absolute control of the process of selecting a potential buyer, negotiates with that buyer and concludes or not (subject, of course, to state and federal anti-discrimination laws, etc.). Some list agreements contain a language that could be read to create an unspoken obligation for the seller to accept an offer if he fulfills the list price or if it is acting in an economically reasonable manner during the sales process. The seller should object to this type of language and state in the listing agreement that the seller is free to accept or refuse any buyer, terminate or pursue a contract, terminate or not enter into a contract and act otherwise with respect to the sale of the property to the extent that the seller wishes at his discretion. Commissions can be distributed with other beneficiaries on an agreement basis by agreement, with the company`s prior agreement. There may be a division between one or more beneficiaries who play the same role. In both cases, it would apply to a divided percentage indicating the share of the beneficiary on the basis of participation.

The main service provided by this beneficiary is the arrangement and closure of real estate sales between buyers and sellers. In addition, the beneficiary also organizes and enters into leases between landlords and tenants. Payee can play a listing agent, a buyer or both roles in a deal. The stockbroker reserves the right to determine the amount of compensation available to sub-agents, buying agents or brokers who operate in other agencies or other non-agency capabilities that may be equal or different. (Review 11/96) This agreement extends from v__________ and expires on the __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________sont calculated for commissions. Any transaction resulting from the main efforts of the beneficiary is justified for this commission. Commission transactions are closed sales between seller and buyer for commercial real estate. The recipient receives a credit for the amount of the sale when the financial statements are completed. Payee receives 50% credit for the role of the list agent.

The beneficiary can also receive the remaining 50% credit if they play the role of buyer. The basic salary of Rep viSales (if any) is defined as part of a separate agreement.