Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 88. Real Estate Brokers and Other Licensees
Section 600. Licensee Relationships.
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AS 08.88.600. Licensee Relationships.

(a) A real estate licensee who provides real estate services to one party in a real estate transaction represents only that party unless the parties to the transaction agree otherwise in writing.

(b) A real estate licensee may not provide real estate services to more than one party in the same real estate transaction, except that

(1) a licensee may represent one party to the transaction while providing specific assistance to an unrepresented party to the transaction;

(2) a licensee may act as a neutral licensee under (c) of this section;

(3) a licensee may also, with the written consent of the parties, be a party to the transaction; or

(4) the parties to the transaction may agree otherwise in writing, except as provided by AS 08.88.625 .

(c) A real estate licensee may provide specific assistance to both the seller and buyer, or both the lessor and lessee, in the same real estate transaction as a neutral licensee if the licensee complies with AS 08.88.610 .

(d) A real estate licensee who works for a real estate broker may represent or provide specific assistance to a person in a real estate transaction even if the broker or another licensee who is working for the broker represents or provides specific assistance to another person in the same transaction. The broker shall designate which licensee, including the broker, is the designated licensee for the seller or lessor and which licensee, including the broker, is the designated licensee for the buyer or lessee.

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