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Som then office belonged to the Fort Lee, NJ INc. The agent who executed on behalf of Apartment and Homes of NJ, Inc really, according ot the records in the NJ Real esate comissions is not employed by Forrt Lee, INc - she is only employed - as agent - in Fort Lee, Inc.
The other guis - her hasbadn and broker of records for both Fort lee, Inc, and NJ, Inc and he is the one that talked to me after the incident - she did not want to bother - it was he who refused to take any responsibility or do any help and ultimately told me to stop contacting them and to contact their lawyer.
So she is employed by the Fort lee, NJ, inc, executed a contract on beahalf of NJ, Inc. Rental agreement with tenants was facilitated by NJ, Inc, and the listing into the MLS was done by Fort Lee, NJ, Inc.
Did she even had an autohiority to execute on behalf of NJ, INC? both the contract wiht me and the lease wiht tenants that paid NJ, Inc. comissions?
Understood - i will remove it. My guess is that Fort Lee is an employer and that entity employes all the agents, but all the contracts are done out of the NJ, Inc which is owned and controlled by the broker of records, her hasband, only.
Form the perspective of suing him - he only talked to me afterwards and negotiated wiht me and refused to take any responsibility, etc. So from the perspective of your comments above - will that be a ground for summary judgement? or motion to dismiss? He is the only owner for NJ, INc
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