The OACIQ, the authority of real estate brokerage in Quebec, is extremely concerned about the content of the report and reiterates that real estate brokers are required to report any risky transactions in order to protect consumers.
In the current context of COVID-19, here is a summary of the measures we have put in place to date.
The OACIQ Discipline Committee has suspended François Gratton’s licence for 60 days and ordered him to pay a fine of $2,000
François Gratton’s real estate broker licence was suspended for allowing a person other than the seller to sign the Declarations by the seller of the immovable form and for making false statements to the Assistant Syndic.
Interested in the profession, but not sure if you meet the OACIQ’s requirements? Request an opinion from the Licence Issue and Maintenance Committee (LIMC)!
Some real estate brokers and agencies offer services in more than one field of practice, i.e. residential and commercial and therefore do not specialize only in commercial transactions.