Real Estate License Defense

The possible loss of a real estate license as a result of complaints filed by unhappy clients, has become a serious matter in today’s society. Complaints filed against realtors, which allege misconduct or violation of a rule of law, must be taken seriously and requires legal representation to defend you against such complaints.

Florida’s Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) is responsible for the licensing and regulation of real estate professionals. Complaints to DBPR frequently come from clients who are not satisfied with the services that they received. If you are facing a professional disciplinary proceeding which could result in the loss of your license and other penalties, you should seek guidance from Delegal Law Offices.

Examples of Real Estate Professional Misconduct

  • Misappropriation of escrow funds
  • Fraud
  • Failure to supervise
  • Practicing without a valid license
  • Failure to follow record keeping requirements
  • Conflicts of interest

A complaint to DBPR can threaten your legal right to practice your profession, regardless of whether or not the allegations are justified. To respond to a complaint filed against your real estate license you should seek the services of an experienced real estate license defense lawyer. An experienced attorney will have the expertise to ensure that you receive the due process guaranteed to you by both the Florida and U.S. Constitutions.

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