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Questions of Fact About Liability for Broker Commission After Expiration of Brokerage Agreement

In an action to recover a brokerage commission, the Appellate Division affirmed a broker's appeal of denial of its summary judgment motion, holding that questions of fact remained about seller’s liability for a commission after expiration of the brokerage agreement.

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In an action to recover a brokerage commission, broker appealed the New York Supreme Court’s denial of its summary judgment motion. Douglas Elliman of LI, LLC v. Roselle Building Co, Inc., NYLJ 2/14/22, p. 25, col. 2 AppDiv, Second Dept. (memorandum opinion). The Appellate Division affirmed, holding that questions of fact remained about seller’s liability for a commission after expiration of the brokerage agreement.

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