Attorney Dan Carlton Can Put Experience to Work For You
The California Constitution states a professional license can only be revoked or suspended if clear and convincing evidence proves that license holder's misconduct. Any brokers who facilitate the sale of commercial properties or residential properties found to have been built with defective materials or faulty methods, could have their real estate license revoked. For instance, after a property sale closes, if the structure develops black mold due to leaky pipes, roofing or windows-leading to damp walls and mold growth-the broker handling the sale for either buyer or seller could lose his or her license. Due to the complex and numerous factors that must be considered in any real estate claim pertaining to construction defects, DRE license revocation hearings can be extremely taxing, confusing and time-consuming. Backed by over 38 years of experience in real estate law, we can be counted on to provide tenacious, reliable legal representation in DRE license revocation trials.
Sometimes when a broker has his or her license revoked, the court case can lead to purchase and sales litigation, which can present another challenging legal battle. For all real estate disputes, call the Law Offices of Daniel C. Carlton today at (949) 757-0707 or contact us online. Every conversation is personalized and confidential. We handle real estate cases in the entire Orange County area, including Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Laguna Niguel, Newport Beach and Tustin.