Disputes with buyers, owners and third parties can occur in any business. Make sure you get precise advice if you are confronted with a dispute situation.

The agent’s principal duty in a sale is to his client, the seller. The agent has other obligations – eg not to mislead or misrepresent to – the customer, the buyer.

Real Estate Agency Management Improver

The ultimate Real Estate Agency Assessment tool allows Real Estate Agencies to go through various agency situations and receive an indicator on their situation.

Conduct Standards

The real estate industry Conduct Standards in the Property Occupations Act are directed to the agent’s obligations to a seller client.

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Liability for Employee Conduct

Liabilities may also arise from employee conduct if there is no adequate system of monitoring or supervising an employee’s performance.

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Liability for marketing material misrepresentation

Liability to the agency can also arise from inaccurate marketing material, even if it is supplied by an owner. Our Business + Property team can review your Form 6 to ensure it contains a sufficiently comprehensive indemnity to protect you from this type of liability.

Always request from an owner written particulars of the benefits the owner requires you to claim in marketing a Property.

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