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Commission Disputes

Commission disputes can occur when there is a disagreement

Over whether or not commission is due following a property transaction, usually to an agent. For example, when a property is sold and there were a number of agents involved, a commission dispute may arise over who was actually responsible for the sale, if more than one agent was in contact with the buyer. Commission disputes may also arise over the conduct of the agent, and whether or not they have complied with the Estate Agents Act 1979.

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Commission disputes will depend on the facts of the case, so it is essential to get legal advice at the earliest opportunity. The property law experts at Ackroyd Legal will be able to provide straightforward, practical advice, whatever the situation. Please contact us, and a member of the team will be very happy to help you.

For more information on our services regarding commission disputes, please contact a member of our team, who will be very happy to help you.

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