Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 88. Real Estate Brokers and Other Licensees
Section 181. Content and Purpose of Examination.
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AS 08.88.181. Content and Purpose of Examination.

(a) The real estate examinations may include questions on real estate business ethics and standards; arithmetic and accounting; elementary principles of land economics and appraisal; the general principles in state statutes relating to deeds, mortgages, real estate contracts, subdivisions, common interest communities, legal descriptions, building restrictions, real estate licensee relationships, agency law, brokerage, disclosure requirements, trust accounting requirements, and landlord and tenant law; property management ethics and standards; community association management operations, ethics, and standards; and the general provisions of this chapter and of the regulations of the commission.

(b) The real estate salesperson examination covers the same subjects as the real estate broker examination, but is less difficult.

(c) The only purpose of an examination under this chapter is to disqualify those whose lack of ability to participate in real estate transactions would create a serious risk of serious financial loss to members of the public.

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