Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs v. Rosalyn D. Hutchings, t/d/b/a Glorious Dreams Realty; File No. 06-56-09472
[40 Pa.B. 1479]
[Saturday, March 13, 2010]
On September 29, 2009, Rosalyn D. Hutchings, t/d/b/a Glorious Dreams Realty, license nos. AB061495L and RB061495L, of Effort, Monroe County, had her licenses revoked and assessed a $16,000 civil penalty based on her making a substantial misrepresentation; for engaging in conduct during a real estate transaction which demonstrates bad faith, dishonesty, untrustworthiness or incompetence; for failing to deal honestly and in good faith; for failing to maintain deposit moneys in a separate custodial or trust fund account; for misappropriating money that is required to be held in escrow; for failing to account for the $21,000 deposit after being ordered to pay the deposit money into court during civil litigation; for commingling money that is required to be held in escrow with busi-ness, personal or other funds; for failing to put all contracts, commitments and agreements in writing; for performing a service for a consumer of real estate services for a fee, commission or other valuable consideration in the absence of a written agreement, signed by the consumer, setting forth the nature of the service and the fee to be charged; for failing to deposit rents received into a rental management account that is separate from the broker's escrow account and general business accounts; and for failing to account in a timely manner to her client for the security deposit that she collected from her client's tenant.
Individuals may obtain a copy of the order by writing to Judith Pachter Schulder, Board Counsel, State Real Estate Commission, P. O. Box 2649, Harrisburg, PA 17105-2649.
This final order represents the final State Real Estate Commissioner's (Commission) decision in this matter. It may be appealed to the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania by the filing of a petition for review with that court in accordance with the Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure. Individuals who take an appeal to the Commonwealth Court, must serve the Commission with a copy of their petition for review. The agency contact for receiving service of the appeals is the previously-named Board Counsel.
[Pa.B. Doc. No. 10-491. Filed for public inspection March 12, 2010, 9:00 a.m.]
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