Warning issued over real estate licences
Real estate brokers who trade without a valid licence are breaking the law, the Government warned yesterday.
The Superintendent of Real Estate said failure to renew licences for the 2017-18 period while continuing to trade is an offence under the Real Estate Brokers’ Licensing Act.
Offenders could face a fine of $10,000 and two years in jail.
Information on how to apply for a real estate licence and application forms can be found at www.gov.bm.
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