ASSEMBLY BILL No. 685 - California

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AMENDED IN SENATE JUNE 14, 2016AMENDED IN SENATE APRIL 26, 2016AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY APRIL 8, 2015california legislature—2015–16 regular sessionASSEMBLY BILLNo. 685Introduced by Assembly Member IrwinFebruary 25, 2015An act to amend and repeal Section 10160 of, to amend, repeal, andadd Sections 6742, 10001, 10003, 10007, 10008, 10009.5, 10010, 10011,10012, 10013, 10014, 10015, 10016, 10023, 10024, 10026, 10027,10050, 10074, 10080.9, 10082, 10131.01, 10132, 10133.1, 10136,10137, 10140.5, 10142, 10143.5, 10144, 10158, 10159, 10159.6,10159.7, 10161.5, 10161.8, 10164, 10166.03, 10176, 10177, 10178,10179, 10186.2, 10232.3, 10238, 10243, 10509, 10561, 11212, and11267 of, to add Sections 10015.1, 10015.2, 10015.3, 10015.4,10018.01, 10018.02, 10018.03, 10018.04, 10018.05, 10018.06,10018.07, 10018.08, 10018.09, 10018.10, 10018.11, 10018.12,10018.13, 10018.14, 10018.15, 10018.16, 10018.17, and 10018.18 to,and 11212 of, and to repeal Section 10017 of, the Business andProfessions Code, to amend and repeal Sections 1102.14, 1103.14,2079.18, and 2079.20 of, to amend, repeal, and add Sections 1102,1102.1, 1102.2, 1102.3, 1102.4, 1102.5, 1102.6a, 1102.6b, 1102.6c,1102.9, 1102.12, 1102.155, 1103, 1103.1, 1103.2, 1103.3, 1103.4,1103.5, 1103.8, 1103.9, 1103.12, 2079, 2079.6, 2079.7, 2079.8, 2079.9,2079.10, 2079.10.5, 2079.10a, 2079.13, 2079.14, 2079.15, 2079.16,2079.17, 2079.19, 2079.21, 2079.22, 2079.23, and 2079.24 of, to addSection 1103.1.5 to, and to repeal and add Article 6 (commencing withSection 1086) of Chapter 1 of Title 4 of Part 4 of Division 2 of, the96

AB 685—2—Civil Code, and to amend, repeal, and add and to amend Section 31210of the Corporations Code, relating to real estate.legislative counsel’s digestAB 685, as amended, Irwin. Real Estate Law: sales of real property:real property disclosure requirements. Law.(1) ExistingExisting law, the Real Estate Law, provides for the licensure andregulation of real estate brokers and salesmen by the Real EstateCommissioner, the chief officer of the Bureau of Real Estate. A willfulviolation of the law and other related real estate provisions is a crime.Under(1) Under existing law, a real estate salesman is a natural person whois licensed and employed by a licensed real estate broker to do specifiedacts. Under existing law, whenever the word salesman is used inspecified provisions of law, it means salesperson. However, existinglaw authorizes a licensee to refer to the licensed status as real estatesalesman, real estate saleswoman, or real estate salesperson.This bill would redefine the term “salesman” as a “salesperson” whois retained by a licensed real estate broker. The bill would also definevarious terms to describe the relationships between real estate brokersand salespersons. The bill would require a real estate broker toimmediately notify the commissioner whenever a licensee affiliates oris retained by a real estate broker, if that affiliation is terminated or ifthe licensee acquires a new business address. Because a willful violationof these reporting requirements would be a crime, the bill would imposea state-mandated local program. rename the licensed status of “realestate salesman” as a “real estate salesperson” and would makenumerous conforming changes in this regard. The bill would also recastthe provision authorizing a licensee to refer to his or her licensed statusas described above.(2) Under existing law, if the commissioner has cause to believe thata person who does not possess a real estate license is engaged or hasengaged in activities for which a real estate license is required, thecommissioner or his or her designated representative is authorized toissue a citation to that person. Existing law prohibits a license frombeing renewed if an unpaid fine remains outstanding or the terms of acitation have not been complied with.96

—3—AB 685This bill would additionally prohibit a license from being issued underthose circumstances.(3) This bill would make various nonsubstantive changes.This bill would define various terms to describe the parties involvedin the sale of real estate transactions, including, but not limited to, seller,buyer, seller’s licensee, buyer’s licensee, dual broker, and dual licensee.The bill would also define various other terms for purposes of carryingout the law.Existing law makes it unlawful for any licensed real estate salespersonto pay any compensation for performing specified acts to any real estatelicensee except through the broker under whom he or she is at the timelicensed.This bill would authorize a licensee to enter into an agreement withanother licensee to share compensation provided that the compensationis paid through the responsible broker.Existing law requires a notice containing certain information to befiled with the commissioner within a specified period of time after thefirst transaction and within that same time period if there is any materialchange in the required information. Existing law requires the broker orthe designated officer or corporate broker to sign the notice.This bill would require the responsible broker, as defined for purposesof the law, to sign that notice. Because a willful violation of thatsignature requirement would be a crime, the bill would impose astate-mandated local program.Under existing law, when a real estate license is issued to acorporation, if it desires any of its officers other than the specifieddesignated officer to act under its license as a real estate broker, it isrequired to procure an additional license to so employ each additionalofficer.This bill would authorize a corporation, in the event of death orincapacity of a sole designated broker-officer, to operate continuouslyunder its existing license if notice is provided to the bureau within aspecified period of time of the death or incapacity. Because the willfulfailure to provide that notice would be a crime, the bill would imposea state-mandated local program.Under existing law, each officer of a corporation through whom it islicensed to act as a real estate broker is, while so employed under thatlicense, a licensed real estate broker, but is only licensed to act as suchfor and on behalf of the corporation as an officer.96

AB 685—4—This bill would not preclude a designated corporate officer who hasa separate individual license from conducting licensed activity foranother entity if the entity for which he or she acts is clearly disclosedand apparent to any member of the public using his or her servicesoutside the corporation. When a corporation wishes to act as a real estatebroker, the bill would require the corporation to be licensed by theBureau of Real Estate through qualified broker officers, as provided.The bill would provide that an officer of a corporation through whomit is licensed to act need not maintain an individual broker’s license,but would provide that the officer is subject to all duties andresponsibilities of a licensed real estate broker. Because a willfulviolation of these requirements would be a crime, the bill would imposea state-mandated local program.(2) (A) Existing civil law governing agency listings for the transferof certain property, which includes real property and mobilehomes,prohibits a listing from being placed in a multiple listing service (MLS),as defined, unless authorized or directed by the owner in the listing.If an open listing is placed in the multiple listing service, existing lawrequires the total compensation that the owner is to pay to go to theselling agent who procures an enforceable offer from a ready, able, andwilling buyer on the terms accepted by the owner. Existing law doesnot require an open listing to specify compensation to the selling agent,but authorizes the open listing to state that the compensation is to benegotiated between the selling agent and the owner. Existing lawauthorizes an open listing to contain an agreement by the owner to paythe listing agent compensation in any amount, at any time, and for anyservices, other than for selling the property or procuring or finding abuyer, as the agreement may specify.This bill would delete those provisions relating to an open listing andwould revise and recast those provisions to make the definitions in theReal Estate Law, as described in paragraph (1), applicable to theseprovisions.(B) Existing civil law governing disclosures upon the transfer ofresidential property requires the transferor of any real property to deliverto the prospective transferee a specified written statement disclosuresubject to specified requirements. If any disclosure, or any materialamendment of any disclosure, is delivered after the execution of anoffer to purchase, existing law requires the transferee to have a specifiedperiod of time to terminate his or her offer by delivery of a written96

—5—AB 685notice of termination to the transferor or the transferor’s agent. Existinglaw requires these disclosures to be made on a specified form.This bill would make the definitions in the Real Estate Law, asdescribed in paragraph (1), applicable to these provisions. The billwould provide that disclosure is complete when the 3 sections of thedisclosure form are completed and delivered. The bill would alsoauthorize a real estate licensee to complete his or her portion of theform using a comparable form that includes all of the same information,as provided.Under existing law, neither the transferor nor any listing or sellingagent is required to be liable for any error, inaccuracy, or omission ofany information delivered pursuant to these disclosure requirements ifthe error, inaccuracy, or omission was not within the personal knowledgeof the transferor or that listing or selling agent, was based on informationtimely provided by public agencies or by certain licensed persons thatis required to be disclosed, and ordinary care was exercised in obtainingand transmitting it.When a licensed person responds to such a request, existing lawauthorizes an expert to indicate, in writing, an understanding that theinformation provided will be used in fulfilling the disclosurerequirements, which relieves the expert from responsibility for anyitems of information other than those expressly set forth in the statement.This bill would delete those provisions relating to expertresponsibility.Existing law authorizes a city or county to elect to require a localoption real estate disclosure document in addition to the real estatetransfer disclosure document.This bill would update the content of that optional disclosuredocument based on making the Real Estate Law definitions, as describedin paragraph (1), applicable to these provisions.Under existing law, if more than one licensed real estate broker isacting as an agent in a transaction, the broker who has obtained theoffer made by the transferee is required to deliver the disclosure to thetransferee, unless the transferor has given other written instructions fordelivery.If there is only one real estate licensee in a transaction, the bill wouldrequire that real estate licensee to deliver the disclosure to the buyer.If there is no real estate licensee in a transaction, the bill would requirethe seller to deliver the disclosure to the buyer.96

AB 685—6—(C) Existing law generally requires the disclosure of natural andenvironmental hazards, right-to-farm, and other disclosures upon thetransfer of residential property.This bill would make the definitions in the Real Estate Law, asdescribed in paragraph (1), applicable to these provisions. The billwould update the content of the Natural Hazard Disclosure Statementbased on those newly defined terms.(D) Under existing law, real estate brokers and salespersons owecertain duties to prospective purchasers of real property.This bill would make the definitions in the Real Estate Law, asdescribed in paragraph (1), applicable to these provisions.Existing law requires listing agents and selling agents to provide theseller and buyer in a real property transaction with a copy of a disclosureform, which includes specified statutory provisions printed on the back,regarding real estate agency relationships. Existing law further requiresthese agency relationships to be confirmed to the buyer and seller in aspecified form.This bill would eliminate the requirement to include those statutoryprovisions, revise the content of that form to include at a minimumcertain information, including consumer responsibilities, and updatethe terms used in that form based on the application of the Real EstateLaw terminology to these provisions. The bill would also update thecontent of the form required to confirm real estate licensee relationships.(3) Under existing law, if the Real Estate Commissioner has causeto believe that a person who does not have a real estate license isengaged in activities for which a license is required, he or she may issuea citation to that person which may include an administrative fine.Existing law prohibits the commissioner from renewing the license ofa person who has failed to comply with the terms of a citation or to payan outstanding fine.This bill would also prohibit the commissioner from issuing a licenseto a person who has failed to comply with the terms of a citation or topay an outstanding fine.Existing law authorizes the commissioner to suspend or revoke thelicense of a real estate licensee if he or she has engaged in specifiedactivities or has had a license issued by another agency, another state,or the federal government revoked or suspended for engaging in thoseactivities, if specified conditions are met.This bill would also authorize the commissioner to suspend or revokethe license of a real estate licensee who surrendered a licensed issued96

—7—AB 685by another agency, another state, or the federal government. The billwould also authorize the commissioner to suspend or revoke the licenseof a licensee for failure to surrender a license that was issued in erroror by mistake.Existing law requires real estate licensees to report the bringing ofan indictment or information charging a felony against the licensee. Awillful or knowing violation of this requirement is punishable by a fineand imprisonment.This bill would also require a licensee to report the bringing of acriminal complaint charging a felony against the licensee to the Bureauof Real Estate. Because the bill would change the definition of a crime,it would impose a state-mandated local program.The bill would also make other nonsubstantive changes.(4) This bill would make numerous conforming and nonsubstantivechanges.(5) This bill would delay the operation of these provisions to July 1,2018.(6) The California Constitution requires the state to reimburse localagencies and school districts for certain costs mandated by the state.Statutory provisions establish procedures for making that reimbursement.This bill would provide that no reimbursement is required by this actfor a specified reason.Vote: majority. Appropriation: no. Fiscal committee: yes.State-mandated local program: yes no.The people of the State of California do enact as follows:line 1line 2line 3line 4line 5line 6line 7line 8line 9line 10line 11line 12SECTION 1. Section 6742 of the Business and ProfessionsCode is amended to read:6742. (a) Any person, firm firm, or corporation holding alicense as real estate broker or real estate salesman, salesperson,when making appraisals and valuations of real estate properties,while engaged in the business or acting in the capacity of a realestate broker or a real estate salesman, salesperson, within themeaning of the California Real Estate Act Law is exempt fromregistration under the provisions of this chapter.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 2. Section 6742 is added to the Business and ProfessionsCode, to read:96

AB 685line 1line 2line 3line 4line 5line 6line 7line 8line 9line 10line 11line 12line 13line 14line 15line 16line 17line 18line 19line 20line 21line 22line 23line 24line 25line 26line 27line 28line29line 30line 31line 32line 33line 34line 35line 36line 37line 38line 39—8—6742. (a) Any person, firm or corporation holding a licenseas real estate broker or real estate salesperson, when makingappraisals and valuations of real estate properties, while engagedin the business or acting in the capacity of a real estate broker ora real estate salesperson, within the meaning of the California RealEstate Act is exempt from registration under the provisions of thischapter.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 3. Section 10001 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10001. (a) The definitions in this chapter apply to theprovisions of this part only and do not affect any other provisionsof this code.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 4. Section 10001 is added to the Business and ProfessionsCode, to read:10001. (a) Except as otherwise specified, the definitions inthis chapter apply to the provisions of this part only and do notaffect any other provisions of this code.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 5.SEC. 2. Section 10003 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10003. (a) “Commissioner” refers to means the Real EstateCommissioner.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 6. Section 10003 is added to the Business and ProfessionsCode, to read:10003.(a) “Commissioner” means the Real EstateCommissioner.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 7.SEC. 3. Section 10007 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10007. (a) “Provisions of this part relating to real estate” refersto means the provisions of Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 6 of Part 1.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 8. Section 10007 is added to the Business and ProfessionsCode, to read:96

—9—line 1line 2line 3line 4line 5line 6line 7line 8line 9line 10line 11line 12line 13line 14line 15line 16line 17line 18line 19line 20line 21line 22line 23line 24line 25line 26line 27line 28line 29line 30line 31line 32line 33line 34line 35line 36line 37line 38line 39line 40AB 68510007. (a) “Provisions of this part relating to real estate” meansthe provisions of Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 6 of Part 1.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 9.SEC. 4. Section 10008 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10008. (a) “Provisions of this part relating to businessopportunity regulation” refers to means the provisions of Chapters1, 2, and 6 of Part 1.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 10. Section 10008 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10008. (a) “Provisions of this part relating to businessopportunity regulation” means the provisions of Chapters 1, 2, and6 of Part 1.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 11.SEC. 5. Section 10009.5 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10009.5. (a) “Provisions of this part relating to mineral, oil,and gas brokerage” refers to means the provisions of Chapters 1,2, 6, and 7, of Part 1.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 12. Section 10009.5 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10009.5. (a) “Provisions of this part relating to mineral, oil,and gas brokerage” means the provisions of Chapters 1, 2, 6, and7, of Part 1.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 13.SEC. 6. Section 10010 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10010. (a) “Provisions of this part relating to hearings” refersto means the provisions of Article 3 of Chapter 2 of Part 1.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 14. Section 10010 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10010. (a) “Provisions of this part relating to hearings” meansthe provisions of Article 3 of Chapter 2 of Part 1.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.96

AB 685line 1line 2line 3line 4line 5line 6line 7line 8line 9line 10line 11line 12line 13line 14line 15line 16line 17line 18line 19line 20line 21line 22line 23line 24line 25line 26line 27line 28line 29line 30line 31line 32line 33line 34line 35line 36line 37line 38line 39line 40— 10 —SEC. 15.SEC. 7. Section 10011 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10011. (a) “Licensee,” when used without modification, refersto means a person, whether broker or salesman, salesperson,licensed under any of the provisions of this part.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 16. Section 10011 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10011. (a) “Licensee,” when used without modification, meansto a person, whether broker or salesperson, licensed under any ofthe provisions of this part.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 17.SEC. 8. Section 10012 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10012. (a) “Broker,” when used without modification, refersto means a person licensed as a broker under any of the provisionsof this part.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 18. Section 10012 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10012. (a) “Broker,” when used without modification, meansa person licensed as a broker under any of the provisions of thispart.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 19.SEC. 9. Section 10013 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10013. (a) “Salesman,” “Salesperson,” when used withoutmodification, refers to means a person licensed as a salesmansalesperson under any of the provisions of this part. Whenever theword salesman is used in this division, or in the rules andregulations of the commissioner, it means salesperson.Notwithstanding any other law, a licensee may elect to refer to hisor her licensed status as real estate salesman, real estatesaleswoman, or real estate salesperson.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 20. Section 10013 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:96

— 11 —line 1line 2line 3line 4line 5line 6line 7line 8line 9line 10line 11line 12line 13line 14line 15line 16line 17line 18line 19line 20line 21line 22line 23line 24line 25line 26line 27line 28line 29line 30line 31line 32line 33line 34line 35line 36line 37line 38line 39line 40AB 68510013. (a) “Salesperson,” when used without modification,means a person licensed as a salesperson under any of theprovisions of this part. Whenever the word salesman is used inthis division, or in the rules and regulations of the commissioner,it means salesperson. A licensee may elect to refer to his or herlicensed status as real estate salesman, real estate saleswoman, orreal estate salesperson.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 21.SEC. 10. Section 10014 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10014. (a) “Real estate licensee” refers to means a person,whether broker or salesman, salesperson, licensed under Chapter3 of this part.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 22. Section 10014 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10014. (a) “Real estate licensee” means a person, whetherbroker or salesperson, licensed under Chapter 3 of this part.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 23.SEC. 11. Section 10015 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10015. (a) “Real estate broker” refers to means a personlicensed as a broker under Chapter 3 of this part.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 24. Section 10015 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10015. (a) “Real estate broker” means a person licensed as abroker under Chapter 3 of this part.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 25. Section 10015.1 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10015.1. (a) “Responsible broker” means a real estate brokerresponsible for the exercise of control and supervision of real estatesalespersons under Section 10159.2 or a real estate licensee subjectto discipline under subdivision (h) of Section 10177 for failure tosupervise activity requiring a real estate license. The supervisionof a salesperson required under this part is limited to regulatorycompliance and consumer protection.96

AB 685line 1line 2line 3line 4line 5line 6line 7line 8line 9line 10line 11line 12line 13line 14line 15line 16line 17line 18line 19line 20line 21line 22line 23line 24line 25line 26line 27line 28line 29line 30line 31line 32line 33line 34line 35line 36line 37line 38line 39line 40— 12 —(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 26. Section 10015.2 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10015.2. (a) “Branch manager” or “division manager” meansa real estate licensee authorized to perform supervisorial servicesfor a responsible broker.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 27. Section 10015.3 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10015.3. (a) “Broker associate” means a broker affiliated withanother real estate broker as an independent contractor or affiliatedin another capacity who has authority to provide services requiringa real estate license on behalf of the real estate broker.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 28. Section 10015.4 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10015.4. (a) “Broker identity” means the name under whichthe broker operates or conducts business and may include a soleproprietorship or business entity name.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 29.SEC. 12. Section 10016 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10016. (a) “Real estate salesman” refers to salesperson” meansa person licensed as a salesman salesperson under Chapter 3 ofthis part.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.SEC. 30. Section 10016 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10016. (a) “Real estate salesperson” means a person licensedas a salesperson under Chapter 3 of this part or a broker associate.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 31. Section 10017 of the Business and Professions Codeis amended to read:10017. (a) Whenever the word salesman is used in thisdivision, or in the rules and regulations of the commissioner, itmeans salesperson. A licensee, however, may elect to refer to thelicensed status as real estate salesman, real estate saleswoman, orreal estate salesperson.(b) This section shall repeal on July 1, 2018.96

— 13 —line 1line 2line 3line 4line 5line 6line 7line 8line 9line 10line 11line 12line 13line 14line 15line 16line 17line 18line 19line 20line 21line 22line 23line 24line 25line 26line 27line 28line 29line 30line 31line 32line 33line 34line 35line 36line 37line 38line 39line 40AB 685SEC. 13. Section 10017 of the Business and Professions Codeis repealed.10017. Whenever the word salesman is used in this division,or in the rules and regulations of the commissioner, it meanssalesperson. A licensee, however, may elect to refer to the licensedstatus as real estate salesman, real estate saleswoman, or real estatesalesperson.SEC. 32. Section 10018.01 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10018.01. (a) “Retained” means the relationship between abroker and a real estate licensee who is either an independentcontractor or otherwise affiliated with a broker to perform activitiesthat require a license and are performed under a broker’ssupervision.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 33. Section 10018.02 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10018.02. (a) “Seller” means a transferor in a real propertytransaction, and includes an owner who lists real property with abroker, whether or not a transfer results, or who receives an offerto purchase real property of which he or she is the owner from alicensee on behalf of another. “Seller” includes both a vendor andlessor of real property.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 34. Section 10018.03 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10018.03. (a) “Listing licensee” means a real estate licenseewho provides services requiring a real estate license for a sellerpursuant to a listing agreement.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 35. Section 10018.04 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10018.04. (a) “Seller’s licensee” means a real estate licenseewho provides services requiring a real estate license for a seller.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 36. Section 10018.05 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10018.05. (a) “Buyer” means a transferee in a real propertytransaction, and includes a person who executes an offer topurchase real property from a seller through a broker, or a broker96

AB 685line 1line 2line 3line 4line 5line 6line 7line 8line 9line 10line 11line 12line 13line 14line 15line 16line 17line 18line 19line 20line 21line 22line 23line 24line 25line 26line 27line 28line 29line 30line 31line 32line 33line 34line 35line 36line 37line 38line 39line 40— 14 —associate or real estate salesperson acting on behalf of a broker,or who seeks the services of a real estate licensee in more than acasual, transitory, or preliminary manner, with the object ofentering into a real property transaction. “Buyer” includes both avendee and lessee of real property. Buyer also includes a transfereeor purchaser.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 37. Section 10018.06 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10018.06. (a) “Buyer’s licensee,” “cooperating licensee,” and“selling licensee” each means a real estate licensee who providesservices requiring a real estate license for a buyer.(b) This section shall become operative on July 1, 2018.SEC. 38. Section 10018.07 is added to the Business andProfessions Code, to read:10018.07. (a) “Real property” means any estate specified inparagraphs (1) or (2) Section 761 of the Civil Code in prop

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