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Arbitration Programs

Contractual or specific non-contractual disputes regarding compensation may be a REALTOR® obligation according to Article 17 of the Code of Ethics. To find out more, contact AAR at 602-248-7787 or 800-426-7274


Filing a Mediation Request of a Business Dispute

AAR recommends you first consider mediation of a business dispute to resolve your issue prior to choosing arbitration.

Information about filing a request for mediation: Mediation of Business Disputes (Brochure)


 Filing Arbitration Requests

When mediation efforts are not successful, or you know that mediation will not be effective in your pursuit, you may be obligated to file a formal request for arbitration. Below are some resources you can use to get started:

Filing A Request and Agreement to Arbitrate

NAR Arbitration Guidelines

Request and Agreement to Arbitrate — Member

When mediation efforts are not successful or you know that mediation will not be effective in your pursuit, you may be obligated to file a formal request for arbitration.

Request and Agreement to Arbitrate — Non-member

Non-member disputes for compensation may be addressed with the agreement of both parties and the non-member agreement to abide by the AAR determination.

Note: Arizona Association of REALTORS® cannot affect an Arizona Real Estate License. If your pursuit is to affect an Arizona real estate agent’s license, refer to the Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE)

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