Hi Adam, I apologize but this is my first time doing this, so I might be a little of a pain. Also, I am used to speaking in person so every question gets answered at once, instead of going back and forth this way. There is a lot involved in my situation, and I need more answers.
I have no idea what "detrimental reliance" is, or why I would sue for it. Please explain.
If I sue, can I make it so the the broker pays my legal fees?
What if the broker just gets fed up and says "your fired"? On the same contract he is ignoring is a clause that states that all business I am involved with at time of leaving the company stays my business, until it closes. And they must honor my commission on all deals. What if he doesn't?
You also did not mention anything regarding the extra expenses I've had to spend that I would not have spent with my old broker. Can I sue for any expenses I had solely because I joined the new broker. You have to understand I took on these extra expenses because he said he was paying me such a better cut, so it would benefit me in the end. Now he's backing out of his promise.
By not honoring this contract he is opening a huge can of worms that could screw my current and future business up terribly.
Are you familiar with the PA Real Estate Commission and what consequences they would have for this type of activity?