Montreal Realtor accepts responsibility for falsified signature on contracts

by News on 24 May 2011

Tatiana Londono, who is head of the Londono Realty Group, accepted that she should have better supervised her ex-employee, according to the Montreal Gazette. She had faced a disciplinary committee of the Organisme d'Autoreglementation du courtage immobilier due Quebec (OACIQ).

The article said Londono’s client, had originally given authorization to prepare and sign on her behalf for all documents relating to the inscription of two apartment units on MLS, but later questioned the extension of the sales mandate until January 2009. The sales were discovered when a rival broker signed a separate contract to sell the properties, only to discover they were already listed.

The employee under Londono’s supervision faces separate charges and a hearing in September. Londono told the Gazette that she didn’t know it wasn’t the client’s signature when she reviewed the documents in question, but plans to take further steps to ensure such an incident doesn’t happen again.

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