Professional Misconduct

Jeanette Radley

Address: WA, Australia
Sex: Female
Occupation: Real Estate Agent
Date: 24 February 2009


The State Administrative Tribunal agreed for a proper cause for disciplinary action against Jeanette Radley. 

On or about 28 September 2007 Accross Pty Ltd represented itself as acting as an agent on behalf of the owners of property without written authority contract to article 4(1) of the Code of Conduct for Agents and Sales Representatives and on or about 28 September 2007 Accross Pty Ltd advertised property was for sale without written authority by representing as such in Acton The Magazine which is distributed by Accross Pty Ltd in hard copy format and as a pdf copy poster on the world wide web contrary to article 4(3) of the Code.

Radley represented herself as acting as an agent as that term is defined in the code on behalf of the owners of property without written authority.

Accross Pty Ltd held a Real Estate and Business Agents License and Triennial Certificate and carried on business as a body corporate real estate agency under the name Acton Applecross from premises in Acton.

Radley held a certificate of registration as a real estate and business sales representative and was an employee of Accross Pty Ltd.

In anticipation of obtaining a signed selling agency agreement Radley prepared and arranged for a half page advertisement to be published in the next edition of Acton Magazine which was published in late September 2007.

In October 2007 the property owners in question listed their property with another licensed real estate agent and advised Accross Pty Ltd that they would not be listing the property with Radley.

Radley was ordered to pay $1,250 in fines and $500 in costs.