In an Aug. 30, 2006, article, "Company seeks ruling on real estate pay advances," Inman News has added some context to clarify a statement in the original article. The new text reads: Vernon L. Jarboe, a partner with the law firm Sloan Eisenbarth Glassman McEntire & Jarboe LLC, said he filed the brief on behalf of the Kansas Association of Realtors. "From a broker's perspective, you cannot successfully supervise salespeople if you don't know when or how much they are getting paid. Assigning an as-yet-unearned commission interferes with the broker's supervisory role," he said, adding that a broker can't properly supervise a salesperson if the agent "is getting paid in ways (the broker) can't know or understand." Real estate license law forbids brokers from paying a commission to anyone ...
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