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The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) has suspended the estate agent’s licence of Gayle Stewart until January 2015.
Former real estate agent Afif Shaba has been reprimanded and made ineligible to hold a licence for eight years for his role in a $50,000 trust account fraud.
Unregistered builder Anthony Jakupi and his company must pay more than $18,000 in fines and compensation after they were convicted on 10 charges.
Older people are often seen as easy targets for scams committed by criminals trying to steal their money and identity.
Changes to Victorian laws, to come into effect later this year, will clarify the information that sellers must provide to prospective home buyers.
Melbourne Magistrates Court has ordered a Victorian heating and air conditioning business to pay $20,000 in costs and $100,000 compensation to customers.
A real estate agent’s representative who stole nearly $15,000 of trust account money has been reprimanded and declared ineligible to hold a licence or to act as agent’s representative for seven years.
The Director of Consumer Affairs Victoria is alerting consumers to concerns about the business practices of Sunburst Solar Pty Ltd.
Former Glen Waverley conveyancer Pamela Redford has lost her professional licence for a year, after she failed to submit trust account records and co-operate with inspectors.
Home owners planning DIY maintenance or renovation projects over the Easter and Anzac Day long weekends have been urged to make safety their top priority.
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