7 Ms.Hundley’s agent?
8 A I believe in previous evidence I have stated that
9 when I knocked on the door of Mr. and
10 Mrs. Garniers’ house on the 8th, at that moment I
11 was acting for Mrs. Hundley.
14 Q Okay. Did you tell them “I am now acting as a
15 dual agent for yourself and Ms. Hundley”?
16 A At that point?
17 Q Yes.
18 A No.
Mr. Hunter also did not disclose to Prudential United Realty that he attended our property as the agent for Ms.Hundley.
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743 Stephen Tidder (for Third Parties)Cross-exam by Mr. Davison
27 Q — you understand that Mr.Hunter attended the
28 Garniers’ property as an agent of Ms.Hundley?
29 A Well, I don’t know if that’s determined or not,
30 but I know that he had known Hundley.
31 Q Okay. And he was looking for property for her
32 A I haven’t been in here and don’t know the
33 evidence, but —
1 Q Now, if the — at that point, is it your
2 understanding that he’s not an agent for both
4 A Yeah, I don’t — well, short of any written
5 documentation from Hund — with Hundley, I would
6 suggest that he’s an agent for Garnier, because he
7 has a written commitment with them.
13 Q Well, what do you mean “typically”?
14 A Well, if they don’t have a — some sort of a
15 buyer’s agency contract or something like that
16 with the buyer, then I would say that they’re not
17 an agent —
18 Q No matter what they do?
19 A — for — for them.
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24 Q And when the agent is going to work for both
25 parties, that’s something that should be very
26 clear to the vendor and the purchaser; is that
27 fair to say?
28 A Yes.
29 Q And one way to make that clear — and, in fact,
30 one way to make that clear is to ensure they
31 acknowledge that by signing a dual agency