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Administrative law panels determine that registrants registered domains containing the term “REALTOR®” in bad faith.
Georgia court allows buyer’s lawsuit against the seller to proceed after she made improvements to the wrong property based on photos in the listing.
New York Court enforces team commission split agreement and awards plaintiff team member full commission amounts owed pursuant to its terms.
Maine court rules broker could retain half of the forfeited buyers' deposit, even when the broker received a subsequent commission from a sale.
Former client must pay commission despite salesperson’s failure to comply with law requiring disclosure of consent order violation to Real Estate Department.
Ohio’s highest court rules that jury instructions didn’t require a finding that salesperson acted within scope of her duties in acts harmful to client.
Commission determines that it would be an inefficient use of resources to pursue member’s complaint over use of her dues for political purposes.
Court grants summary judgment to owner of waste-disposal site crawling with alligators after neighbors’ suit claimed the animals’ presence depreciated their land.
Pennsylvania's highest court rules that an earlier owner's murder/suicide on the property did not need to be disclosed.
Homebuyer’s unjustified nondisclosure suit against broker and seller merited $60K in sanctions plus costs of appeal, says court.