4540 Trousdale Drive
Nashville, TN 37204
To the Grievance Committee of the Greater Nashville REALTORS®
An alleged violation of the following Article(s)
of the Code of Ethics and/or other membership duty as set forth in the bylaws of the Board in
and alleges that the above charge(s) (is/are) supported by the attached statement, which is signed and dated by the complainant(s) and which explains when the alleged violation(s) occurred and, if a different date, when the complainant(s) first knew about the alleged violations.
This complaint is true and correct to the best knowledge and belief of the undersigned and is filed within one hundred eighty (180) days after the facts constituting the matter complained of could have been known in the exercise of reasonable diligence or within one hundred eighty (180) days after the conclusion of the transaction, or event, whichever is later.
Date(s) alleged violation(s) took place: Date(s) you became aware of the facts on which the alleged violation(s) (is/are) based:
I (we) declare that to the best of my (our) knowledge and belief, my (our) allegations in this complaint are true.
Are the circumstances giving rise to this ethics complaint involved in civil or criminal litigation or in any proceeding before the state real estate licensing authority or any other state or federal regulatory or administrative agency?
You may file an ethics complaint in any jurisdiction where a REALTOR® is a member or MLS participant. Note that the REALTORS® Code of Ethics, Standard of Practice 14-1 provides, in relevant part, REALTORS® shall not be subject to disciplinary proceeding in more than one Board of REALTORS® ...with respect to alleged violations of the Code of Ethics relating to the same transaction or event.
I understand that should the Grievance Committee dismiss this ethics complaint in part or in total, that I have twenty (20) days from my receipt of the dismissal notice to appeal the dismissal to the Board of Directors.