99. A broker or agency executive officer must not perform any act that is incompatible with an exclusive brokerage contract made with another licence holder. In particular, the broker or officer may not set appointments, present transaction proposals or conduct negotiations in relation to a proposed transaction otherwise than through the licence holder under the exclusive brokerage contract, unless authorized to do so by that holder.
A broker or agency executive officer may, however, engage in general solicitation so long as it is not directly or specifically aimed at persons or partnerships already bound by an exclusive brokerage contract entered into with another licence holder. The solicitation may, for example, be made to all persons or partnerships that are owners in a particular geographic area or that are members of a particular profession, club or organization.