York, Carl D.
March 2010
Journal of Property Management;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 75 Issue 2, p48
Academic Journal
The article discusses the Pledge of IREM Code of Professional Ethics. Charges of infringement of the Code such as giving wrong information about IREM membership, copying ideas proposed in a management plan, altering the phrasing of legal papers without consent, etc. are also presented. It also provides various questions that could have prevented violators from committing infractions.


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