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Old 7/12/18, 4:59 PM
John Cahill, TREC 855 John Cahill, TREC 855 is offline
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Default TREC contradiction?

This topic is scheduled for the next TREC inspector advisory committee. Open the PDF to discover the conflict.
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Old 7/13/18, 8:54 AM
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Nolan Kienitz Nolan Kienitz is offline
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Default Re: TREC contradiction?

So ... A question to ponder and float to TREC Legal would be:

"When was the change made to the current TREC Template and why were we not informed of the change?"


"How can TREC just arbitrarily change the template without proper presentation, discussion, comment time and a published date of the new template being required?"

Of course those are all rhetorical questions so I guess it is a mute point!!

Another, less than transparent move by TREC Legal that gives them opportunity to levy more fines.


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Old 7/13/18, 9:08 AM
John G. Cahill John G. Cahill is offline
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Default Re: TREC contradiction?

The form date is 2015. The form approved by the Commisioners in the 2015 package does not have the logo. Minutes and package are on the internet.

Everyone should write Sunset and ask for reduced regulation. Let inspectors use their choice of Standard of trade association (Internachi), defer most enforcement to civil courts, drastically reduce micromanaged the ducation. Times are changing for real estate sales and inspectors need to be free to innovate to meet client needs with out excessive regulatory oversight.
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