Arizona appellate court returns case to trial court to determine whether broker’s e-mails to her clients constituted an electronic signature.
A U.S. Court of Appeals has thrown out the rules adopted in 2011 by the Department of Energy to try to regulate gas-log fireplaces so that they use less energy.
Nevada court upholds verdict against licensee when the sale of clients' home collapsed and the clients could not terminate a purchase contract.
Iowa court awards to a salesperson the full commission amounts from transactions that she had under contract prior to her departure from brokerage.
After an investigation by the National Association of REALTORS® and several state associations, the real estate complaint site accused of posting fake reviews and seeking payment to have those reviews deleted appears to have shut down.
A Pennsylvania woman is taking her case to the state's Supreme Court in a lawsuit over a seller and agent who failed to disclose to her that a murder-suicide had taken place in the home that she had purchased.
Pennsylvania court determines that psychological damage to a property does not constitute a material defect requiring disclosure.
A Missouri court has considered whether a broker could collect a commission from a commercial lease transaction when the parties had agreed to a lease but had not fixed the monthly base rent.
A suspicious Web site that had been misusing the REALTOR® trademark has now been suspended.
Texas court upholds award to seller, ruling that purchase contract was not accurately disclosed to seller’s representative while seller was out of the country.