Has Your Real Estate Agent Breached Their Duty?
When you work with real estate agents or real estate management companies, you expect them to protect your best interests at every step of the process. Unfortunately, that does not always happen. At The Weaver Law Firm, we represent individuals against real estate agents and management companies for breach of fiduciary duty.
Texas courts are still vague about what constitutes “fiduciary duty,” when a fiduciary relationship exists and the nature of those duties. When individuals claim that real estate agents breached their fiduciary duty, the courts look at the nature and purpose of the relationship as well as the agreements between the two parties.
At The Weaver Law Firm, we have a track record of success in real estate matters, and we educate our clients about the most effective ways to present their cases. Contact our lawyer to learn more about the remedies that may be available in your situation.
What Constitutes a Breach of Fiduciary Duty?
Under Texas law, when a fiduciary relationship has been established, the fiduciary is responsible for providing six general duties:
- Duty of loyalty and utmost good faith
- Duty of candor
- Duty to refrain from self-dealing
- Duty to act with integrity of the strictest kind
- Duty of fair, honest dealing
- Duty of full disclosure
If you worked with a real estate agent or real estate management company in Houston, TX, that failed to protect your best interests, our attorney can help. We have brought verified claims and applications to courts for orders directing payment of judgment from the Real Estate Recovery Trust Account. Learn more by scheduling an initial consultation by email or by calling 713-572-4900.
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