74-4202. Kansas real estate commission; organization; powers and duties;
compensation and expenses; meetings; office; seal.
- Within 30 days after the appointment of the members to be regularly
appointed within any year, the Commission shall meet in the city of
Topeka for the purpose of organizing by selecting from its membership
a chairperson and such other officers as the Commission may deem necessary
and appropriate. A majority of the members of the Commission shall
constitute a quorum for the exercise of the powers or authority conferred
- The Commission shall receive applications for, and issue licenses
to, brokers and salespersons, as provided in the real estate brokers'
and salespersons' license act and shall administer the provisions
of this act and the brokerage relationships in real estate transactions
act. The Commission may do all things necessary and convenient for
carrying into effect the provisions of the acts and may adopt rules
and regulations not inconsistent with the acts. For the purpose of
the acts, the Commission shall make all necessary investigations,
and every licensee shall furnish to the Commission such evidence as
the licensee may have as to any violation the acts or any rules and
regulations adopted under the acts. The Commission may enforce any
order by an action in the district court of the county where the alleged
violator resides or where the violation allegedly occurred.
- Each member of the Commission shall be paid compensation, subsistence
allowances, mileage and other expenses as provided in K.S.A. 75-3223
and amendments thereto.
- The Commission shall hold meetings and hearings in the city of
Topeka or at such places as it shall determine at such times as it
may designate and on request of two or more of its members.
- The Commission shall maintain an office in the city of Topeka,
and all files, records and property of the Commission shall at all
times be and remain therein.
- The Commission shall adopt a seal by which it shall attest its
proceedings. Copies of all records and papers required by law or the
Commission to be filed in the office of the Commission, when duly
certified by the director, assistant director or chairperson of the
Commission and attested by the seal of the Commission, shall be received
in evidence in all courts of the state of Kansas equally and with
like effect as the originals.
(History: L. 1947, ch. 411, § 7; L. 1970, ch. 223, § 2;
L. 1974, ch. 348, § 69; L. 1980, ch. 164, § 42; L. 1995, ch.
252, § 24; L. 1996, ch. 212, § 11; Revived, L. 1997, ch. 65,
§ 45; L. 1997, ch. 65, § 46; L. 2008, ch. 155, § 9; July