A tenant drug test OK’d in DR Legal News case study

Did you know that a private apartment building owner could require tenants to pass drug tests? Did you know that a broker with an exclusive listing contract was entitled to commission after the seller secretly negotiated a sale?

Those are two findings from legal case studies in the IAR September issue of D.R. Legal News for managing brokers.

Summaries of five other case studies include:

  • a broker may not act as a broker and attorney in the same transaction;
  • fracking plaintiffs fail to hold up drilling applications under new regulations;
  • a condominium purchaser was allowed a remedy after closing because of incomplete disclosure;
  • a broker had a statutory obligation to remove a listing after learning the seller was not an authorized agent of the owner; and
  • an internet provider was required by the Illinois Supreme Court to release the name of an anonymous commenter who posted defamatory remarks.

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In addition, the September D.R. Legal News recaps recent real estate disciplines in Illinois, links to IAR’s list of more than 150 residential property inspection ordinances and reviews the TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure rule changes on Oct. 3.

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