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Friday, September 24, 2010

I came back after a showing of my home and noticed a large coffee stain

Q.....I came back after a showing of my home and noticed a large coffee stain on my white carpet! My agent says she had no knowledge of this and did not offer to pay for the cleaning. What are my rights?
from Zoocasa ask the Pros

A....Delicate. Esp. on white carpet.

1) It's gotta get cleaned.

2) The Toronto contract says the Listing Broker is responsible for wilful and negligent acts.

If the "spiller" showing agent cannot be identified and cajoled into paying for cleaning, then I think owner and/or Lister should pay and deduct that amount from the fee offered to a co-operating broker (w explanation).


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