Texas court finds that buyer’s representative had no knowledge that property’s square footage was smaller than the size listed in the public records.
Supreme Court of South Carolina affirms that seller’s broker had no duty to disclose competing offer to prospective purchaser.
Read a summary of the seven cases where NAR agreed to provide financial support during the recent REALTOR® Party Convention & Trade Expo.
Maryland federal court rules that MRIS qualifies for an antitrust immunity doctrine and so rules against the operator of Neighborcity.com.
NAR Legal Affairs discusses the abolition of aggregate campaign contribution limits, REALTOR® Party Convention & Trade Expo, and the Legal Action Program.
Highlights from 1Q 2014's Legal Pulse Newsletter in the areas of Agency, RESPA, Property Condition Disclosure, and Employment Issues.
A summary of legal research on topics that may be a source of legal liability for real-estate licensees: Agency, Property Condition Disclosure, and RESPA, as well as a limited number of Employment issues.
California court rules that listing broker’s statement in the MLS that study had found property buildable was not inaccurate.
Court finds no breach of broker’s duties for failure to disclose neighboring sex offender, as rep agreement stated that no such requirement exists under AZ law.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that limits on aggregate contributions by individuals to candidates and political parties violates the First Amendment.