Indiana appellate court rules that clause in property management agreement protected leasing firm from damages caused by problem tenants.
Federal court decisions on the unauthorized use of listing data have brought positive results for REALTORS®
NAR joined with dozens of other organizations in a letter to federal lawmakers, calling on them to move forcefully against those bringing frivolous patent suits.
Florida water district's proposed conditions for permit approval may amount to an unconstitutional taking, so the case is returned to the lower court.
The 2012 Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act reauthorized the federal program for five years.
NAR Associate Counsel Katie Johnson's blog post discusses how to deal with letters alleging a patent violation for emailing scanned documents.
Nevada's highest court affirms injunction barring the construction of a wind turbine inside a residential subdivision.
Changes to MLS Policy Statement 7.57—which deals with MLS services that can be considered core, basic, and optional services—were approved at the 2013 Midyear Meetings. A Q&A about these changes follows.
Maryland court dismisses entire counterclaim filed by the company that runs Neighborcity.com against NAR and MRIS, a Maryland-based MLS.
NAR Associate Counsel Katie Johnson discusses how members can respond to letters that allege a violation of a patent for emailing scanned documents.