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case a.9 - BUS 225 Linda Moran Thurs. 6-9:40 Case A.9 Mark...

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BUS 225 Linda Moran Thurs. 6-9:40 Case A.9 Mark Realty, Inc. v. Rogness, 418 So.2d 373 (1982) District Court of Appeal of Florida Cowart, Judge Facts: Tilman Rogness, owner, entered into four separate agreements with Mark Realty, Inc., a real estate broker. Broker was entitled “ exclusive right of sale” for a stated period of time, the exclusive right to sell the property for certain stated price and on certain terms. The plaintiff is the real estate broker. The defendant is the owner of the property. The broker sued on the four agreements for brokerage commissions, alleging that during the time provided in the agreements the owner had conveyed the four properties. The owner’s answer alleged affirmative defenses to the effect that the owner had “canceled, revoked and terminated” the brokerage agreements before the properties were sold and that the broker had never performed under the agreements. In this case, the broker promised to inspect the property, to list the property with multiple listing service, to advertise the property in the local newspaper or other media, to furnish information to inquiring cooperating brokers and prospective purchasers, to show
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course BUS 225 taught by Professor None during the Spring '08 term at Sonoma.

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