J&R Enters. v. Ware Creek Real Estate Corp. (U)

The high court reversed an award of $30,000, which the plaintiff claimed was the amount of its real-estate brokerage commission. The subject property was not “sold” during the listing agreement’s operative period so as to trigger the commission obligation. Purchasers signed a contract during that period, but it was contingent on securing adequate financing, which they tried but failed to do.

Reversed and remanded.

J&R Enters. v. Ware Creek Real Estate Corp. (U), No. 170854, Oct. 4, 2018. SCV (per curiam) from New Kent.

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