List of exclusive agencies: a contractual agreement under which the stockbroker acts as a legally recognized non-agency broker or agent of the seller and the seller (s) agrees to pay a commission to the stockbroker if the property is sold by the efforts of a real estate agent. If the property is sold exclusively by the efforts of the seller or sellers, the seller is not required to pay a commission to the stockbroker. (Modified 5/06) Exclusive right to sale: a contractual agreement under which the stockbroker acts as an agent or as a legally recognized non-agency representative of the seller (s) and the seller (s) agrees (s) to pay a commission to the listing broker, whether the property is sold by the efforts of the stockbroker, seller or another person; and a contractual agreement under which the stockbroker acts as an intermediary or as a non-agent representative of the legally recognized seller (s), and the seller (s) engages, to pay a commission to the broker, whether the property is sold by the efforts of the broker, seller or anyone else, except that the seller may designate one or more individuals or legal entities as exceptions in the listing agreement and that if the property is sold to an exempt individual or corporation, the seller is not required to pay a commission to the stock exchange. (Modified 5/06) Following the discovery, Enrico sought summary judgment and argued in part that “commission fees by the Real Estate Licensing and Registration Act, RELRA, 63 P.S. 455.101 s. were prescribed because the nature of the services and the levy to be collected were not set in a written agreement signed by the consumer.” Michael Salove Company (MSC), a real estate agent company, and Enrico Partners L.P., a real estate owner, have entered into an exclusive listing agreement for the lease of vacant land owned by Enrico in the main line suburb of Philadelphia, he said. According to the notice, MSC prepared a written agreement in a succinct form and, after shortening the duration of the contract and amending the compensation provisions, the parties executed the written agreement as amended. In committing that RELRA only require that the essential terms of the contract be written, the Supreme Court found that the outcome of the appeal process depended on the duration of the agreement. In order to complete its review of RELRA`s legal design, the Supreme Court stated that “[d]xclusive Listing Agreements, the type of agreement included in it, which gives the stockbroker a commission, even if he does not acquire the subsequent buyer, is determined by 49 Pa.