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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Second Hand Smoke Lawsuit Against ... A Real Estate Agent

This has the makin's of a final exam question.

The UPI story begins: "A real estate broker faced a lawsuit Tuesday accusing him of misleading a condo buyer about second-hand smoke in the building, court watchers say."  Read the rest here.

The Boston Globe has a longer story here.

Alfred Brophy

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Wow! So, would it be up to the client to knock on doors in the condo building to find out if her would be neighbors smoke. I can't see where this would be the Realtor's fault.

Posted by: Real AZ | Feb 14, 2010 10:05:39 PM

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