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Two California homeowners entered a settlement agreement in a lawsuit alleging racially based discrimination in the appraised value of their home.
UPDATE: Applicant’s references to dog as “registered support animal” and “verified” raised question of landlord’s knowledge of applicant’s disability.
Broker is entitled to a commission regardless of whether they played a role in effecting the sale or purchase.
Despite having an active lease, the tenant was absolved because the previous owner accepted the legal surrender of the premises.
Homebuyer could not establish agents failed to disclose material information in violation of professional obligations.
Meta Platforms, Inc. (Facebook) settles claims of algorithmic fair housing violations, requiring modifications to ad delivery services, civil penalty & more.
The South Carolina Court of Appeals recently reinstated a $250,000 arbitration award by overturning a decision that previously vacated the award.
The court found Plaintiff's review of the website solely in the capacity as a tester foreclosed his ability to establish a particularized or personal injury.
Prospective buyer suffered injuries from icy driveway at showing of vacant property where listing agent not present; court holds absent listing brokerage does not owe a duty of care to prospective buyers.
Following a preliminary injunction temporarily prohibiting Oregon’s enforcement of its statutory ban on love letters, the parties reached a settlement agreeing the ban violates the First Amendment and that the statute will no longer be enforced.