How Can a Realtor Fight a Licence Revocation Decision Issued By the Real Estate Council of Ontario?

To Dispute a Denial of Licence or Revocation of Licence By the Real Estate Council of Ontario, An Application For Appeal May Be Brought to the Licence Appeal Tribunal.
Understanding How to Dispute a Real Estate Council of Ontario Licence Denial or Licence Revocation At the Licence Appeal Tribunal

Adjudicator at License Appeal Tribunal Hearing Making a living as a real estate agent is tough enough!  Fighting for the privilege to hold and maintain a licence from the Real Estate Council of Ontario can be time consuming and emotionally upsetting, especially when a person's opportunity to make a living is at risk.  Dispute issues may involve the denial of licence to a new agent to the suspension of a licence or even revocation of a licence all as matters arising from the powers prescribed within the Real Estate and Business Brokers Act, 2002, S.O. 2002, Chapter 30, Schedule C, as the governing statute.

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