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Federal appellate court affirms injunction prohibiting the company that operates NeighborCity.com from copying photographs from MRIS's database.
Indiana appellate court rules that clause in property management agreement protected leasing firm from damages caused by problem tenants.
Florida water district's proposed conditions for permit approval may amount to an unconstitutional taking, so the case is returned to the lower court.
Ohio court determines that a salesperson was acting within the scope of her duties when she fraudulently induced a buyer to purchase rental properties.
California court rules that the statute of limitations for sellers’ brokers did not apply to a dual agent when the claims were made by the buyer.
Massachusetts court affirms small claims court ruling that listing agreement allowed broker to retain a portion of the escrow for buyer’s default.
Pennsylvania court determines that broker violated terms of stipulation and so affirms award of damages to the association.
New York appellate court rules that sellers’ damages were not caused by the actions of real estate professional and therefore dismisses the lawsuit.
Ohio court reverses decision in a case involving a salesperson who incorrectly told the buyer that she could rent condo purchased as an investment.
South Dakota court rules that buyer's claims against representative over information about utilities was not barred by the statute of limitations.