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Regulatory Decisions And Disclosures

Disciplinary Decisions and Licence Suspensions

CPE Licence Suspensions

The following individuals' real estate licences are suspended for failure to complete continuing education requirements.

Chico Nadeem Francis, former salesperson with Royal LePage Atlantic

Alexander Halef, former salesperson with Novacorp Properties Limited

Sarah Comeau, former salesperson with Red And White Realty "NS" Inc.

Yao (Foxx) Liu, former salesperson with Royal LePage Atlantic

Carolle MacIntosh, former salesperson with HaliPad Real Estate Inc.

John Reader, former associate broker with Devencore Atlantic Limited

This suspension is published in accordance with Commission Bylaw 839.

Released on June 17, 2020

List of E&O Licence Suspensions

The following individuals' real estate licences are immediately suspended for failure to pay their errors and omissions insurance, in accordance with Commission Bylaw 365(b).

  • Garth MacDonald, former salesperson with Exit Realty Town & Country
  • Rick Findlay, former salesperson with Sutton Group Professional Realty
  • This suspension is published in accordance with Commission Bylaw 839.

    Released on February 4, 2020

The Nova Scotia Real Estate Commission has the authority, pursuant to the Real Estate Trading Act and the Commission Bylaw, to publish licensing and disciplinary decisions and disclosures. In addition to notices of licence suspensions and terminations, the Commission publishes a bi-annual Discipline Newsletter, which serves as an educational tool for licensees and is available to the public in accordance with the following:

  • Investigations that result in fines of $500 or less are summarized along with the sanction. Neither the licensee nor the brokerage are named in this summary.
  • Investigations that result in fines greater than $500 include the licensee’s name, the brokerage name, a summary of the circumstances that led to the investigation, the sanctions and any costs the licensee is ordered to pay.

When a licence is suspended, the Registrar may also notify the public by publishing the information in the provincial newspaper, in accordance with Commission Bylaw 839.

Disciplinary Newsletters

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Nova Scotia real estate industry.

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