Returning again to Arizona Administrative Code, R4-28-1103,
Broker Supervision and Control
A. An employing broker and a designated broker shall exercise reasonable supervision and control over the activities of brokers, salespersons, and others in the employ of the broker. Reasonable supervision and control includes the establishment and enforcement of written policies, procedures, and systems to:
1. Review and manage: a. Transactions requiring a salesperson’s or broker’s license; and b. Use of disclosure forms and contracts and, if a real estate broker, real estate employment agreements under A.R.S. § 32-2151.02;
a. Filing, storing, and maintaining documents pertaining to transactions under subsection (A)(5)(a);
b. Handling of trust funds; and
c. Use of unlicensed assistants by a salesperson or broker;
3. Oversee delegation of authority to others to act on behalf of the broker;
4. Familiarize salespersons and associate brokers with the requirements of federal, state, and local laws relating to the practice of real estate, or the sale of cemetery property or membership camping contracts; and
5. Review and inspect:
a. Documents that may have a material effect upon the rights or obligations of a party to a transaction; and
b. Advertising and marketing by the broker and by salespersons, brokers, and others in the broker’s employ.
B. A designated broker shall establish a system for monitoring compliance with statutes, rules, and the employing broker’s policies, procedures, and systems.
C. A designated broker shall supervise associate brokers, salespersons, and employees of the employing broker and shall exercise reasonable supervision and control over activities by the employing broker for which a license is required.
D. An employing broker is responsible for the acts of all associate brokers, salespersons, and other employees acting within the scope of their employment.
E. A designated broker may use the services of employees to assist in administering the provisions of this Section but shall not relinquish overall responsibility for supervision and control of the acts of the employing broker’s employees.
F. A designated broker who, upon learning of a violation of real estate statutes or rules by a salesperson or associate broker under the broker’s supervision, immediately reports the violation to the Department is not subject to disciplinary action by the Department for failure to supervise the salesperson or broker.
G. If an employing broker maintains one office and employs a designated broker, no more than one other licensed person, and no more than one unlicensed person, the employing broker and designated broker are not required to develop and maintain written policies, procedures, and systems as described in subsection (A).