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In Led-Mil of Nevada, Inc. v. Skyland Realty and Insurance, Inc., the Supreme Court of Nevada addressed a broker's claims for breach of an oral promise and quantum meruit regarding sales and potential sales of land the broker subdivided for an owner. The court affirmed that the oral contract was not enforceable, and reversed a finding that the broker should be compensated for the value of his services.
U.S. v. Los Angeles Realty Board, 1973-1 Trade Cases (CCH) P 74,366, 1973 WL 767 (C.D. Cal. 1973) [Note: This opinion was not published in an official reporter and therefore should not be cited as authority. Please consult counsel before relying on this opinion.] was a consent decree, which in pertinent parts, enjoined the defendants from the following activities regarding the sale, lease, or management of real estate: