Can A Realtor Sue A Seller?

Can a seller sue a realtor?

If the real estate agent violates the conditions in the contractual agreement, the client may take legal action against him or her.

The buyer or seller in these deals may sue the agent if he or she violates the terms, but this could also cause the deal to fall through.

Can you sue a realtor for lying?

In addition to the lawsuits listed above, you may also be able to sue a real estate agent for lying. However, suing for a lie or misrepresentation is not as simple as it sounds. If the lie was overt, such as the agent claiming that the house has never been remodeled when it actually was, you could have a case.

Can you file a complaint against a realtor?

If you believe that a REALTOR® has violated one or more Articles of the Code of Ethics, you can file an ethics complaint alleging a violation(s) through the local association of REALTORS® where the REALTOR® holds membership, or participates in a REALTOR® association-owned/operated MLS.

How do I sue a realtor for misrepresentation?

You can’t sue a real estate broker for a bad opinion — in order to win a misrepresentation lawsuit, the misstatement must involve some material fact about the property or the sale that would affect a reasonable person’s decision regarding the purchase.