So how can we find these forms of change? It is very simple; Watch for updates from YOUR Greater San Diego Association of REALTORS®! You can even get the “redline” version! So what are these new changes, and how will they affect you? Let`s take a look! C.A.R. will publish another “publication” of forms in the ZipForms library® in the week of June 25, 2018. There will be three (3) new forms and eight (8) “revised” forms! There are additional “soft-publishes” throughout the year, but these are usually supposed to fix minor bugs discovered in status forms. Regardless of the type of “post,” you can be sure that these updates will never change a transaction you have in process. They will only be updated in your “library”, your templates or if you add a “new” form to your transaction. As you know, the California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.) updates its forms (normally) twice a year; In general, it is a response to disputes and legislation (coming soon)! The main legislatures are January 1st and July 1st! The forms are for the California Association of Realtors, but they highly doubt that they will sue you if you have only used it once. This form is made available to real estate professionals by an agreement or purchase from the California Association of REALTORS. Are you a real estate professional The standard forms of use in real estate transactions published by C.A.R. are protected by copyright. In order to ensure that the value of copyright is maintained, C.A.R.
vigorously prosecutes and persecutes those who commit copyright infringements on standard forms. GSDAR monitors the content and use of forms, both locally and state-level, and many of the forms developed here to protect our local REALTORS® find their way across the state. Your contribution is really important! And that`s it! Some important changes, others that are minor, but the general direction is that your Greater San Diego Association of REALTORS® on you! At the end of the day, we all witness the highest level of protection from the hard work of members of the Greater San Diego Association of REALTORS® Risk Management Committee and the California Association of REALTORS®! Thank you all! So protect yourself AND your broker by using only the current version of your forms! Remember that you should use the new versions of the LR, LRA or RLAS forms, as the new forms contain the necessary references to legal flood information! “Legally” means that the law requires it!. . . .