Identification and identity verification: knowing who you're dealing with
Knowing who you’re dealing with is a matter of legal obligations and common sense when acting as a real estate broker. This training will help you answer the main questions about identification and identity verification. Why should you verify clients’ identity? How to identify a liquidator of a succession if the family members of a deceased person want to dispose of the deceased person’s immovable? Can you accept a power of attorney that was not notarized? How to ensure that a corporation exists and that its representative is authorized to act on its behalf?
In this training, you will learn:
why you need to verify clients’ identity;
to properly complete the sections of forms regarding the identification of the parties and identity verification;
to solve parties’ identification cases that raise most questions.
Why verify clients’ identity?
Identity of the broker and client
The liquidator of a succession
The representative of a legal person
Remote identity verification
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The Organisme d’autoréglementation du courtage immobilier du Québec (OACIQ) ensures the protection of members of the public who enlist the services of real estate and mortgage brokerage professionals governed by the Real Estate Brokerage Act.