Section 9 Enforcement of Rules or Disputes

Section 9 Enforcement of Rules or Disputes

The Board of Managers or a Tribunal composed of at least 3 members of the Board shall give consideration to all written complaints having to do with violations of the Rules and Regulations. By becoming and remaining a participant, each participant agrees to be subject to these rules and regulations, the enforcement of which are at the sole discretion of the Committee (Board of Directors) (M).

When requested by a complainant, the MLS will process a complaint without revealing the complainant’s identity.  If a complaint is subsequently forwarded to a hearing, and the original complainant does not consent to participating in the process, the MLS will appoint a representative to serve as the complainant. (M)


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