Competition Law and REALTORS®: What You Say and Do Matters


Course Description

Competition Law and REALTORS®: What You Say and Do Matters, provides an overview in plain language of Canadian competition law, practical compliance guidelines to assist REALTORS® in complying with Canadian competition law and a number of illustrative competition law case studies.
While Canadian competition law applies to all real estate professionals, this course has been designed specifically for REALTORS® by the Alliance for Canadian Real Estate Education (ACRE) with the assistance of The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).
Course Learning Outcomes:
  • Recognize competition law issues that may arise in the day-to-day practice of real estate
  • Identify and describe three civil sections of the Competition Act
  • Identify and describe three criminal sections of the Competition Act
  • Describe specific potential penalties under the Competition Act
  • Outline the enforcement powers of the federal Competition Bureau under the Competition Act
  • Understand the effect of amendments to the criminal conspiracy offences under the Competition Act
  • Apply the elements of key sections of the Competition Act to sample case studies
  • Differentiate between competitively sensitive information and appropriate information exchanges in real estate business dealings and practices
  • Incorporate identified strategies into their daily practice to ensure compliance with the Competition Act
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Member Price $75.00


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