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Careful With Your Contract: Realtor Keeps Commission Despite No Closing

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Despite the realtor owing the defendants a fiduciary duty after executing the contracts, the Supreme Court of British Columbia found that no such duty exists in regard to the negotiation of the contracts themselves.

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Apologies Aren’t Admissions (In Legal Proceedings)

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Categories: Blog, Litigation
If you are trying to prove fault or liability of another party, you are going to need more than an apology. But, if you are feeling the need, don’t let the specter of a legal claim prevent you from saying “I’m sorry”.

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