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									                                OKLAHOMA REAL ESTATE COMMISSION
                                   AGENDA - BUSINESS MEETING
                                          May 14, 2003

I.    OPENING OF BUSINESS MEETING

      A.   Call to Order.
      B.   Approval of Minutes of March 12, 2003, regular meeting.
      C.   Public Participation (Open Topic).
      D.   The Commission May Vote to Approve, Disapprove or Take Other Action on Any Item Listed on this
           Agenda.

      E.   CONSENT ORDERS (Formal Action - Commission to Order Matter Set for Formal Hearing). In the
           event the Commission does not adopt a Consent Agreement the Commission may take action to set the
           case for Formal Hearing.



II.   COMPLAINTS/INVESTIGATIONS/HEARINGS
      A.   Formal Actions

           1.      PROPOSED ORDERS (Formal Action)

                   #C-2002-19 – CB Advantage Real Estate, LLC, Philip Y. Odom (B), John Cassidy (BA), and
                   Aaron F. Dilley – OKC (Kisner). Respondents John Cassidy and CB Advantage Real Estate,
                   LLC were found in violation of Title 59 §858-312, Subsections 8 and 9 and Rule 605:10-17-
                   4(6). Respondents failed to properly supervise the activities of an associate. No violations
                   were found by Philip Odom.
                           Recommend: the case on Philip Odom be dismissed, and that John Cassidy and CB
                   Advantage Real Estate, LLC each be assessed an administrative fine of $200 ($400 total).

                             Consent - Aaron F. Dilley (SA) – has consented to the following violations: Title 59
                   O.S. 858-312, Subsections 2, 8 and 9; and Rules 605:10-17-4(12) and 605:10-9-4(a)(5).
                   Respondent mislead/deceived an OREC investigation by submitting false/inaccurate information;
                   acted improperly by continuing to email the complainant after she had requested to be removed
                   from his email list; sent out advertisement, via email, offering five $100 cash giveaways for
                   anyone attending the grand opening of the new offices and offered a “free gift” to anyone who
                   accessed his web site; advertised property with inaccurate/misleading information by stating a
                   first time buyer would be able to purchase a home with no down payment at a 6.8% interest rate,
                   without disclosing that the buyer would have to qualify in order to receive such terms; and failed
                   to advertise under the broker’s name or trade name.
                             Consented to: a formal reprimand, assessed fines totaling $1,000 (Count 1, $500;
                   Count 2, $200, and Count 3, 300); required to complete nine (9) hours of additional continuing
                   education, such education to be in Ethics, Misleading Advertising and Prohibited Acts.
                   Further, that Aaron F. Dilley be cautioned for his failure to list his broker’s name or trade name
                   on his email advertising.

                   #C-2001-35 – Jackie R. Kurtz (B), Alene Kurtz (B), and Laquita Littlebird (SA) – Weatherford
                   (Kisner). Violations by Jackie Kurtz: Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 6 and 8 and Rule
                   605:10-17-4(12). No clear and convincing evidence was presented to indicate a violation of the
                   license law by respondents Alene Kurtz and Laquita Littlebird.
                            Recommend: the case on respondents Alene Kurtz and Laquita Littlebird be
                   dismissed. Further, that respondent Jackie Kurtz be assessed an administrative fine of $200.
                            Objection: by prosecutor.
Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Agenda – May 14, 2003
Page 2 of 11

                             #C-2001-81 – CB Advantage Real Estate, LLC, John M. Cassidy (B), Philip Odom (BA), Philip
                             Y. Odom, and Matthew J. Marcacci (PSA) – OKC (Kisner). CB Advantage Real Estate, LLC,
                             John Cassidy, Philip Odom and Matthew Marcacci violated Title 59 O.S. §858-312,
                             Subsection 8, and Rule 6705:10-27-2(b). Respondents failed to file an adequate response to
                             the complaint within fifteen days of notice that a complainant had been filed against them.
                                    Recommend: CB Advantage Real Estate, LLC, John Cassidy, Philip Odom, and
                             Matthew Marcacci, be assed an administrative fine of $500 each.

                             #C-2001-103 – CB Advantage Real Estate, LLC, John M. Cassidy (B) Philip Odom (BA), Sherrie
                             Huffine (SA) – OKC (Kisner). Respondents CB Advantage Real Estate, LLC, and John M.
                             Cassidy violated Title 59 O. S, §858-312, Subsections 8 and 9; and Rule 605:10-17-4(6) by
                             allowing an associate to act in the capacity of managing broker. Philip Odom violated Title 59
                             O.S. §858-312, Subsections 8 and 9 and Rule 605:10-17-4(9) by acting in the capacity of a
                             managing broker when he was licensed as a broker associate. CB Advantage Real Estate,
                             LLC, John M. Cassidy and Sherrie N. Huffine violated Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 8,
                             and 9, and Rule 605:10-17-4(9) by failing to timely submit written responses to the complaint.
                                      Recommend: CB Advantage Real Estate LLC and John M. Cassidy be formally
                             reprimanded and each accessed an administrative fine of $200 for Count 1 and that John M.
                             Cassidy be assessed an administrative fine of $500 FOR Count 2. Philip Odom receive a
                             formally reprimand and assessed an administrative fine of $500.

                             #C-2002-14 – Dale W. Jacobs (B) – Okmulgee (Kisner). Violated Title 59 O.S. §858-312,
                             Subsections 3, 8 and 9; and Rule 605-10-17-4(10) and (11) and 605:10-15-2(a). Respondent
                             failed to properly disclose to the complainant his broker relationship; failed to reduce the
                             complainant’s offer to writing, and failed to submit the complainant’s offer to the seller.
                                      Recommend: a $500 on each Count (Counts 1 and 2) for a total of $1,000.

                             #C-2002-04 – Donald Harold Justice (B) and Kristi M. Eaton (PSA) – Watonga (Kisner).
                             Respondents violated Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 8 and 9; and Rules 605:10-17-
                             4(10) and (11), and 605:10-17-4(6). Respondents failed to reduce the complainant’s offer to
                             writing, and failed to submit such written offer to the seller. Respondent Justice failed to
                             properly supervise the activities of an associate.
                                      Recommend: Donald Justice and Kristi Eaton be formally reprimanded and
                             assessed an administrative fine of $500 each and that Donald Justice be assessed an
                             administrative fine of $200 (Count 2).

                             #C-2002-22 – Thompson & Associates, Inc., and Jimmy Thompson (B) – Grove (Kisner). A
                             formal hearing was held on March 27, 2003, wherein no clear and convincing evidence was
                             presented to substantiate that respondents had agreed to accept a commission of six percent
                             on the sale of the property in question.
                                     Recommend: case be dismissed.

                             #C-2002-03 Credit Union Title and Escrow Company and Brenda Barre (B) – Tulsa (Kisner).
                             A formal hearing was held on March 27, 2003, wherein no clear and convincing evidence was
                             presented to indicate a violation of the licensing law.
                                    Recommend: case be dismissed.

                             #C-2002-02 – Nancy Garrett Realty, Inc., Nancy N. Garrett (B), Geoffrey Nolte (PSA), and
                             Lynette K. Botts (SA) – Miami (Kisner). A formal hearing was held on March 27, 2003,
                             wherein no clear and convincing evidence was presented to substantiate that respondents
                             failed to furnish any documents to the complainants in this transaction.
                                      Recommend: case be dismissed.
Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Agenda – May 14, 2003
Page 3 of 11
                             #C-2001-56 – Butler Real Estate, Inc., Sharon K. Carson (B) and Reba Fulton - Langley
                             (Kisner). A formal hearing was held on this matter wherein no clear and convincing evidence
                             was submitted to indicate a violation of the license law.
                                      Recommend: case be dismissed.

                             #C-2002-16 – Wright Real Estate, LLC, Tommye Sue Wright (B), Wright Real Estate, LLC (BO),
                             and Robert Douglas Merritt (Kisner). A formal hearing was held on this matter wherein no clear
                             and convincing evidence was presented that respondents violated any provision of the
                             Oklahoma Real Estate License Code or Rules.
                                    Recommend: case dismissed.

                             #C-2001-102 – Craig M. Tucker (B) – OKC (Sokolosky). Respondent Tucker was found in
                             violation of Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 8, 9 and 20; and Rule 605:10-17-4(12). Tucker
                             failed to disclose the purchaser of his property that he was a real estate licensee.
                                       Recommend: Craig M. Tucker receive a formal reprimand and assessed an
                             administrative fine of $200.

                             #C-2002-15 – Timothy Linn Bruce (B) – Tulsa (Sokolosky). Respondent Bruce was found in
                             violation of Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 9 and 15. On March 6, 2002, Bruce received a
                             two-year deferred sentence for the crime of Assault with Intent to Commit Felony , Case #CF-
                             1999-345; and has violated the terms of his parole and a bench warrant has been issued for his
                             arrest. Further Bruce has failed to notify the Commission of his current home address.
                                      Recommend: revocation of the license of Timothy Linn Bruce.

                             #C-2000-20 – ReMax Premier, Inc., Gary Lyn Young (B), and Lisa D. (Snider) Guinn (BA) –
                             Enid (Sokolosky). Respondents ReMax Premier, Inc., and Gary Lyn Young were not found in
                             violation of the license law. Lisa D. Snider was found in violation of Title 59 O.S. §858-312,
                             Subsection 8 and Rule 605:10-11-1(c). Snider directed and permitted her daughter, an
                             unlicensed person, to conduct and hold an open house and offer for sale the property owned by
                             complainants.
                                      Recommend: Lisa D. Snider's license be suspended for three (3) months, that she be
                             assessed an administrative fine of $1,000, and be required to complete six (6) hours of
                             additional continuing education with six months of the Order. Further, that the case on ReMax
                             Premier, Inc., and Gary Lyn Young be dismissed.

                             #C-2001-104 – Provide Real Estate Group, LLC, Clifford Spotts (B) and Pamela Stanley (SA) -
                             Chickasha (Sokolosky). Respondents Provide Real Estate Group, LLC and Clifford Spotts
                             violated Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsection 8 and 14; and Rules 605:10-17-4(6) and (12).
                                      Respondent Pamela Stanley violated Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 8, 9, 19; and
                             Rules 605:10-17-46, (9) and (12), 605:10-11-2(g), and 605:10-1-2. Pamela Stanley failed to
                             respond in writing to a complaint and failed to appear at the investigative session. She entered
                             a plea of guilty to the crime of “Obtaining Cash/Merchandise by Bogus check”, failed to notify the
                             Commission of a change of address, performed real estate activities during a time her license
                             was on inactive status, and received a commission after she had been advised that her license
                             was inactive.
                                      Recommendation: respondents Provide Real Estate Group, LLC and Clifford Spotts,
                             individually receive a formal reprimand, and assessment of administrative fines of $250 on
                             Count 1, and $500 on Count 2 (total $1,500). Further to Order Pamela G. Stanley found guilty
                             of revocable offenses
                                      On March 12, 2003, the Commission voted to set aside the recommended sanctions
                             and to Order Provide Real Estate Group, LLC and Clifford Spotts individually receive a
                             formal reprimand, assessed administrative fines of $250 on Count 1 and $1,000 on Count 2
                             ($2,500 total). Further to Order Pamela G. Stanley found guilty of revocable offenses.
                                      Recommend: The matter is now on the agenda for adoption.
Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Agenda – May 14, 2003
Page 4 of 11
                             #C-2002-06 – Victor James McAlister (B), and Agnes M. Mitchum (SA) – OKC (Kisner).
                             Respondent McAlister previously entered into a consent agreement with the Commission.
                             Possible violations by respondent Mitchum: Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 4, 8, 9 and
                             20; and Rules 605:10-11-1(a), 605:10-17-4(12) and (14), 605:10-9-4(b)(1)(3), 605:10-11-1(a)
                             and 605:10-17-4. Respondent performed licensable activities after she was released by her
                             broker and her license was on inactive status; advertised an apartment locator service without
                             disclosing that she was licensed and without including her broker’s name; engaged in
                             licensable activities outside the supervision of her broker, and accepted fees/commission by
                             persons other than her broker.
                                      Recommend: Respondent Mitchum’s license be suspended for a period of six (6)
                             months; that she be required to pay administrative fines of $250 on each Count (total of
                             $1,000); and that she be required to complete six hours of additional continuing education
                             within six months of the Order.

                             #C-2002-10 – Darrell L. Madden (B) – Washington (Sokolosky). Respondent was found in
                             violation of Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsection 1. On August 11, 2000 on his application for a
                             Provisional Sales Associate license respondent denied that he had ever been convicted of a
                             crime and denied he was serving a probation, even though respondent was on probation in the
                             State of California for Transporting a Controlled Dangerous Substance at that time.
                                      Recommend: revocation of license.

                             #C-2001-59 – Gary Criswell Auction Service & Real Estate, Inc., and Gary M. Criswell (B) –
                             Duncan (Sokolosky). Respondents violated Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 8 and 9; and
                             Rules 605:10-17-4(12). Respondents encouraged and attempted to influence the buyers to
                             withdraw from purchasing property wherein respondent’s actions frightened and intimidated the
                             buyers. The buyers withdrew from the contract and respondent Criswell purchased the property
                             at a reduced price.
                                      Recommend: Gary M. Criswell and Gary Criswell Auction Service & Real Estate, Inc.,
                             be formally reprimanded and assessed an administrative fine of $750 each. Further, Gary M.
                             Criswell be required to complete six hours of additional continuing education within six months of
                             the date of the Order.

                             #C-2001-66 – Gary Criswell Auction Service & Real Estate, Inc., and Gary M. Criswell (B) –
                             Duncan (Sokolosky). A formal hearing was held on this matter wherein no clear and convincing
                             evidence was submitted to indicate a violation of the license law.
                                    Recommend: the case be dismissed.

                             #C-2002-17 – Arthur L. Cunningham (B) – Springfield, Missouri (Sokolosky). Respondent
                             violated Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsection 3 and Rule 605:10-15-2(a), in that he failed to
                             properly disclose his broker relationship with the seller prior to entering into a listing agreement.
                                     Recommend: a formal reprimand and administrative fine of $750.

                             #C-2001-72 – Daniel M. Perry (B) – Tulsa (Sokolosky). Respondent violated Title 59.S. §858-
                             312, Subsection 8, and Rules 605:10-17-2(b) and 605:10-17-4(9). Respondent failed to file an
                             adequate response to the complaint, and the acquiescence by respondent in his attorney’s
                             refusal to allow access to his office records to conduct an office/trust account inspection, and the
                             failure to allow the investigative interview.
                                       Rcommend: a formal reprimand and a $750 fine on Count 1 and Count 2 (total of
                             $1,500).

                             #C-2001-97 – John H. Cocke (B), Jimi Ann Cocke (BA) – Antlers (Sokolosky). Respondents
                             were found in violation of Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 8, 9 and 23; and Rule 605:10-17-
                             4(6). John Cocke failed to properly supervise the activities of an associate. Jimi Ann Cocke
                             failed to properly and fully explain the nature and extent of an easement on the property, which
                             easement was not listed on the Residential Property Disclosure Statement.
                                      Recommend: Respondents be formally reprimanded and each be ordered to pay an
                             administrative fine of $500.
Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Agenda – May 14, 2003
Page 5 of 11

                             #C-2002-23 – Allison & Associates Co., Larry Allison (B), and B. Gail Starnes (SA) – Broken
                             Arrow ( Sokolosky). Respondents were found in violation of Title 59 O.S. §858-312,
                             Subsections 2, 8, 9, 23 and Rules 605:10-17-4(6), 605:10-17-4(12). Larry Allison and Allison
                             & Associates Co., failed to properly supervise the activities of an associate by failing to insure
                             the associate properly disclosed to the buyers, defects which were actually known and were
                             not included in the disclaimer/disclosure form, failed to inform the complainants of previous
                             termite treatment at the time the offer was presented, and waited approximately 15 days
                             before disclosing such facts; failed to disclosure to the buyers defects which were actually
                             known and permitted the relocation company to submit a disclaimer when they knew and were
                             aware of a prior defect; respondents failed to inform the complainants of previous termite
                             treatment at the time the offer was presented, and waited approximately 15 days before
                             disclosing such facts.
                                      Respondent Starnes failed to properly disclose to the buyer defects which were
                             actually known and which were not included in the disclaimer/disclosure forms and permitted
                             the relocation company to fill out a disclosure statement when she knew they were aware of a
                             prior defect; failed to inform the complainants of previous termite treatment at the time the
                             offer was presented, and waited approximately 15 days before disclosing such facts.
                                      Recommend: Larry Allison, Allison & Associates Co., and B. Gail Starnes be formally
                             reprimanded. Larry Allison and B. Gail Starnes each be required to complete six hours of
                             additional continuing education and to furnish proof of completion within six months of the date
                             of the order. Larry Allison and Allison & Associates Co. assessed administrative fines: $250
                             each on Count 1; $250 each on Count 2; and $250 each for Count 3 (total of $1,500). B. Gail
                             Starnes assessed administrative fines of $500 for Count 1, and $500 for Count 2 (total of
                             $1,000.)



         B.        CASE EXAMINER REPORTS

                   #C-2002-49 – Fox Properties, Inc., First Place Properties, Inc., The First Place Realty Company,
                   Frank Knight Young (B), Ruthann Baugh (BA), and Iris M. Chacey (BA) – OKC (Sokolosky). Possible
                   violations by respondents: Title 59 O. S. §858-312, Subsections 2, 3, 8 and 9; Rules 605:10-9-4(a)(5),
                   605:10-17-4(6), 605:10-9-4(a)(5), 605:10-9-4(a)(5), and 605:10-17-4(12). Fox Properties Inc., First
                   Place Properties, Inc., First Place Realty Co., and Frank Knight Young may have made substantial
                   misrepresentations in the conduct of business; and failed to properly supervise the activities of an
                   associate. Ruthann Buagh may have made substantial misrepresentations in the conduct of business
                   and may have engaged in activities of and held herself out as the managing broker. Iris M. Chacey
                   may have made substantial misrepresentations in the conduct of business, advertised complainant's
                   property as owner finance after complainant stated she would not finance the property; disclosed
                   herself as a transaction broker for the seller with a written brokerage agreement, but provided a
                   disclosure to the seller that she was a transaction broker without a written brokerage agreement; failed
                   to keep complainant fully informed regarding the transaction; and failed to describe and disclose in
                   writing the broker's relationship to the party prior to entering into a written brokerage agreement.
                            Recommend: case set for formal hearing.

                   #C-2002-62 – Bonnie D. Monson (B) – Tulsa (Sokolosky). Possible violations: Title 59 O.S. §858-
                   312, Subsections 3, 8, 9 and 12; and Rule 605:10-17-4(12) Respondent may have failed to disclose
                   her broker relationship in writing to all parties in the transaction; engaged in activities as a single party
                   broker for both the buyers and sellers; offered to pay all closing costs associated with the transaction;
                   and failed to deposit the $15,000 earnest money check into a trust account before the end of the next
                   day following acceptance of the offer.
                            Recommend: case set for formal hearing.
Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Agenda – May 14, 2003
Page 6 of 11
                   #C-2002-76 – McGraw Davisson Stewart, Inc., Joseph R. McGraw, Jr. (B), Patrick E. Campbell (SA),
                   and Paula R. Inman (SA) – Tulsa (Sokolosky). Possible violations by respondents: Title 59 O.S.
                   §858-312, Subsections 3, 8 and 9; and Rules 605:10-17-4(6), 605:10-17-4(12). Respondents may
                   have failed to supervise the activities of associates; permitted associate to act in the capacity of
                   managing broker; unilaterally decided to cease marketing complainant’s property; failed to keep the
                   party informed; engaged in activities of a single party broker after disclosing a transaction broker
                   relationship.
                            Recommend: case set for formal hearing.

                   #C-2002-77 – Dominion Group, LLC, Ruth Boss (B), and Ann Campbell (SA) – Edmond (Sokolosky).
                   Possible violations by respondents: Dominion Group LLC and Ruth Boss may have violated Title 59
                   O.S. §858-312, Subsections 6, 8 and 9; and Rules 605:10-17-4(6), 605:10-13-1(a)(1)(A), and 605:10-
                   13-1(a)(1)(C). Respondents may have failed to supervise the activities of an associate; failed to
                   account for or remit monies coming into their possession; failed to deposit earnest money before the
                   end of the next banking day following acceptance of an offer; and distributed earnest money proceeds
                   to the buyer without the written consent of the seller or without having given fifteen (15) days written
                   notice thereof.
                            Respondent Ann Campbell: Title 59 O.S.§858-412, Subsections 8 and 9; and Rule 605:10-
                   17-4(12). Respondent may have failed to make available to the buyer a copy of the Residential
                   Property Condition Disclosure form prior to the buyer submitting an offer to purchase.
                            Recommend: case set for formal hearing.

                   #C-2002-57 – Dominion Group, LLC, Ruth Boss (B), and Bobby Gene Gallop (B) – Edmond
                   (Sokolosky). Possible violations by respondents: Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 2, 6, 8, 9, and
                   23; Rules 605:10-17-4(6) and (12), 605:10-13-1(a)(1)(C), 605:10-17-5(12), and 605:10-13-2(2).
                   Dominion Group LLC and Ruth Boss may have failed to properly supervise the activities of an
                   associate and may have failed to deposit earnest money in their trust account before the end of the
                   next banking day following acceptance of an offer. Bobby Gene Gallop may have failed to provide the
                   complainant a Disclaimer or Disclosure statement prior to acceptance of an offer to purchase; failed to
                   disclose to the complainant that the roof would need additional bracing to support roofing material; and
                   failed to promptly turn over the complainant's earnest money to his broker.
                            Recommend: case set for formal hearing.

                   #C-2002-82 – CB Advantage Real Estate, LLC, Philip Odom (B), and Faith Thomason (SA) – OKC
                   (Sokoloksy). Possible violations by respondent Faith Thomason: Title 59 O. S. §858-312,
                   Subsections 2, 8 and 9; and Rule 605:10-17-4(12). Respondent may have represented to the
                   complainants that the property in question was livable and habitable when it was not; failed to disclose
                   the actual condition of the property to the complainants.
                           Recommend: case set for formal hearing.

                   #C-2002-89 – Amkel Real Estate Services, LLC, Mary T. Haupt (B), Rodney K. Haupt (SA), and Eric
                   B. Newell (PSA) – Mustang (Sokolosky). Possible violations: Title 59 O. S. §858-312, Subsections 3,
                   6, 8; §858-354(4)(b); and Rules 605:10-17-4(6), 605:10-13-1(i), 605:10-17-4(12). Respondents
                   Amkel Real Estate Services and Mary Haupt may have failed to properly supervise the activities of an
                   associate; failed to insure that the seller maintain a trust account in which to deposit earnest money,
                   failed to keep the parties informed regarding the contract, demonstrated bad faith or incompetency,
                   and failed to deliver a copy of the edited contract to the buyer and seller in the transaction.
                            Respondent Rodney Haupt may have failed to insure that the seller maintained a trust account
                   in which to deposit earnest money and may have failed to keep the parties informed regarding the
                   contract.
                            Respondent Eric B. Newell may have failed to insure the seller maintained a trust account in
                   which to deposit earnest money; failed to deliver a copy of the edited contract to the buyer and seller
                   in the transaction; and may have demonstrated bad faith or incompetency.
                            Recommend: case set for formal hearing.
Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Agenda – May 14, 2003
Page 7 of 11
                   #C-2002-88 - Joe Mark Nick (B), and Tony R. Hale (SA) – Okmuklgee (Sokolosky). Possible
                   violations by Respondents: Title 59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 3, 8 and 9; and Rules 605:10-17-
                   4(12) and 605:10-9-4(b)(3)(B). Respondent Nick may have failed to properly supvervise the activities
                   of an associate, and may have disclosed himself as an “agent” for the seller. Respondent Hale may
                   have disclosed himself as an “agent” for the seller, and may have used an alias name when signing
                   contract without having registered such name(s) with the Commission.
                            Recommend: the case be set for formal hearing.


                   #C-2001-05 – Alice M. McNair (B) – Pryor (Kisner). Possible violations by respondent: Title 59 O.S.
                   §858-312, Subsections 2, 8 and 9; Rules 605:10-17-4(12), 605:10-13-1(l), and 605:10-17-4(12).
                   Respondent may have made unauthorized withdrawals of funds from the company account of her
                   employer and converted said funds to her own use and benefit; and may have failed to maintain
                   accurate and complete records of all real estate transactions.
                           Recommend: case set for formal hearing.

                   #C-2002-55 – Signature Realty, LLC, Michelle E. Mauldin (B), Janette L. Johnson (SA), and Alan L.
                   Mauldin (SA) – Edmond (Kisner). Possible violations by Signature Realty LLC and Michelle Mauldin:
                   permitting a sales associate to act in the capacity of the managing broker; failure to properly supervise
                   the activities of associate Janette Johnson; and failure to properly supervise the activities of associate
                   Alan Maudlin. Alan Mauldin may have represented himself as a broker to the complainant both
                   verbally and through advertising; offered to pay the complainant $100 towards the purchase of a home
                   warranty after closing without determining if the warranty would cover repairs complained of; and
                   engaged in activities as the managing broker. Janette Johnson may have failed to information herself
                   of pertinent facts regarding the home warranty in this transaction.
                            Recommend: case set for formal hearing.

                    #C-2002-66 – Paul A. Wilson (B) – Oklahoma City (Kisner). Possible violations by respondent: Title
                   59 O.S. §858-312, Subsections 2, 3, 8 and 9; and Rules 605:10-17-4(12) and 605:10-9-5(a).
                   Respondent may have advertised himself as engaged in activities of an active licensed broker after his
                   license had lapsed; failed to disclose his brokerage relationship to the parties with whom he signed
                   contracts while working as the listing broker; failure to disclose that there was a possibility of a dual
                   agency in the listing agreement he signed with complainants; created a false contract; and failed to
                   notify the Commission of a change of business address.
                            Recommend: the case set for formal hearing.

                   #C-2002-43 – John Hausam, Inc., John F. Hausam (B), and Robert Wayne Barnes (BA) – Tulsa
                   (Kisner). Complainant listed her property with respondents and felt that they did not represent her
                   adequately . Advertisements obtained from the complainant indicate that respondents held
                   themselves out as "real estate agents".
                            Recommend: the case be closed with a letter of caution issued to Robert Wayne Barnes for
                   his use of the term "agents", and a letter of caution to John F. Hausam for his failure to timely file a
                   written response to the Commission and for the use of the term "agents".

                   #C-2002-71 – Paul A. Aaron (B) and Bonnie L. Woody - (Preslar). Possible violations by
                   respondents: Title 59 O. S. §858-312 Subsections 4, 8, 9 and 20; and Rules 605:10-9-4(b)(1)
                   through (3), 605:10-17-4(6), (12) and (14), and 605:10-11-1(a). Respondent Paul Aaron permitted
                   an associate to operate as a broker in conducting business outside of his supervision. Respondent
                   Bonnie Woody advertised properties without disclosing she was licensed and without disclosing her
                   broker's name in the advertising; engaged in licensable activities outside the supervision of her broker;
                   and accepted fees or commissions from persons other than her broker for performing licensable
                   activities.
                             Recommend: the case set for formal hearing.
Oklahoma Real Estate Commission
Agenda – May 14, 2003
Page 8 of 11

                   C-2002-05 – Century 21 Maynard & Co., Bob Maynard (B), Anna Mae Gibson (SA), Roma Qualls
                   (SA), Waterfront Realty, Inc., Martin J. Dyer (B), and Charles Needham (BA) – Grove (Preslar).
                   Possible violations by Respondents Anna Gibson and Roma Qualls: Title 59 O.S. §858-312,
                   Subsections 2, 8 and 9; and Rule 605:10-17-4(3) and (12).
                            Recommend: the case be set for formal hearing on Anna Gibson and Roma Qualls; further
                   that the case on all other respondents be closed.


C.       INVESTIGATION REPORTS

         #C-2002-27 – A.B.W.S. Tulsa, Inc., Sherri Lewis (B), A.B.W.S. Tulsa, Inc. (BO), Teresa Foster (B), A.B.W.S.
         Tulsa, Inc. (BO), Donetta Gambil (B), and Brenda Klintworth (SA) – Tulsa/Skiatook (Kueffler). Complainant
         purchased property owned by Respondent Klintworth and alleged additional problems discovered after
         closing. Respondent denied any wrong and participated in mediation with the complainants wherein they did
         receive approximiately $1,100 in compensation from the FHA inspector and termite inspector.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-85 – Billy Guy Kellogg (B) and Carla Grimsley (SA) – Atoka (Kueffler). An office inspection revealed
         a number of possible violations by respondents. Respondent Kellogg was unavailable at the time of the
         inspection and Respondent Grimsley was unaware where various files were kept. Upon re-inspecting the
         office everything was in order and respondent Grimsley has moved her license under another broker.
                  Recommend: the case be closed with a letter of caution to Respondent Kellogg for failing to
         supervise his office activities.

         #C-2002-61 – Bartholomew and Associates, Inc., and William Bartholomew (B) – OKC (Melton). Complainant
         indicated respondent failed to return telephone calls and would not release the listing agreement upon request.
         Complainants entered into an agreement with respondent in reference to releasing the agreement and
         compensation if the property sold below a specific price by a specific date. The did not sell and the
         complainants failed to appear for an investigative interview.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-63 – Mary Gorham (B) and M. Kaye Hebard-Hale (BA) – Hinton (Melton). Complainants were
         treated rudely and unprofessional by respondents due to the fact that the complainants had other
         representation.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-65 – Sharon Clevenger (B) – OKC (Melton).          Complaint was that respondent was a very poor
         property manager and was unprofessional.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-67 – Waterfront Realty, Inc., Martin Dyer (B), and Lana East (SA) – Grove (Melton). Complainants
         felt that respondents rushed them through the transaction because it was a cash sale and felt they had been
         taken advantage of. A termite inspection was performed and indicated no termites, a second inspection found
         that the property had been infested with termites for some time.
                   Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-68 – Olde Towne Properties, Inc., Karen D. King (B) – MWC (Melton). Complainant submitted an
         offer to purchase and earnest money. The offer expired and he went to the respondent's office to extend the
         contract and was informed that another offer had been accepted.
                  Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-69 – Lake Eufaula Real Estate Company, Inc., Karen A. Willoby (B), Trena Schaeffer (BA) – Eufaula
         (Melton). Complainant was unable to obtain sufficient financing to close on property and requested a return of
         his earnest money, which he felt was not timely returned.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.
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         #C-2002-70 – Ruth Helen Gilcrease (B) – Owasso (Melton). Complainant talked to respondent about listing
         her property, however since no listing agreement was every completed the complainant changed her mind.
         The respondent proceeded to place her signs on the property and to remove complainant's signs.
         Complainant failed to contact the Investigation Department to complete an interview.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-78 – Re/Max Premier, Inc., and Gary L. Young (B) – Enid (Melton). The Commission received
         information the respondent may have failed to disclose his beneficial interest in Maximum Mortgage Co. Inc.,
         and that they may have conducted mortgage business without a license. Upon investigation of the case it was
         found that respondents were in compliance with the licensing laws.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-83 – All-Pro Realty, Mary L. Berry (B) and Katrina Washington (SA) – OKC (Melton). Complaint
         involved property management and deposit procedure problems and miscommunications between the
         property owner and respondents.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-84 – Russ & Sandy Companies, Inc., Sandra Gale Sebring (B), and Kevin Daniel (PSA) – Tuttle
         (Melton). Complainants wanted to submit an offer on a property but later was informed the seller had traded
         the property in to the builder. Respondent discouraged complainant's verbal offer and the offer was never
         reduced to writing.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-86 – Allison & Associates Company, Larry Allison (B) and Ricky Hash (SA) – Broken Arrow.
         (Melton). Converse Realty, inc., and Broker Converse (B) – Tulsa. Buyers pulled out of the contract five days
         before closing due to their inability to obtain financing. Complainant did not want to release the earnest money
         and alleged that her signature had been forged on the release.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-87 – Re/Max Premier, Inc., Gary Lyn Young (B), and Patricia Cronkhite (SA) – Enid (Melton). Out of
         state seller experienced problems with respondent being available; repeatedly representing she had buyers for
         property if the seller would lower the price, and respondents failing to release the listings once the listings had
         expired and incorrectly advertising the listings in the MLS.
                 Recommend: the case be closed

         #C-2002-90 – Tompkins Realty & Investments, Inc., Warren K. Taber (B) and Billy Tompkins (BA) – Norman
         (Melton). Respondents managed complainants rental property and they felt that there were discrepancies in
         proceeds they received and the amount of rental income paid.
                 Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-92 – Beth Ann Langston (B) – Collinsville (Melton). Complainants entered into a contract with
         respondent wherein the owner (Langston) would carry the note. Complainants would not pay more than 7%
         for the loan and based on their credit history the loan could not be obtained at 7% or lower. Return of the
         earnest money became an issue and the complaint was filed.
                  Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-94 – Bob Maynard, Inc., Robert L. Maynard (B) – Grove (Melton). Parties entered into contract to
         lease/purchase property with the seller retaining the earnest money if the parties did not purchase the property
         within three months. At the end of the time specified the parties wanted to back out of the contract and further
         wanted return of the earnest money.
                  Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-95 – A.B.W.S. Tulsa, Inc., Sherry Lewis (B), A.B.W.S. Tulsa, Inc. (BO), Teresa Foster (B), Christie
         Hardie (PSA), and Angela Sellers (SA) – Owasso (Melton). Problems arose on the transaction when closing
         had to be delayed twice, the buyers were not able to close on the purchase of the property and the seller had
         given the buyers early occupancy. The contract did eventually close.
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                Recommend: the case be closed with a letter of caution to Sherry Lewis for failing to submit a written
         response.

         #C-2002-97 – Katie Cantrell Realty, Inc., Katie Willis (B), and Susan Campbell (PSA) – Broken Arrow (Melton).
         Complainants were dissatisfied with respondent's handling of their listing. During the listing there was one
         contract on the property which fell through. Upon hiring an attorney the complainants were released from the
         listing contract.
                  Recommend: the case be closed.

         C-2002-98 – Mulinix, Inc., Mari Janette Mulinix (B), and Shannon Dewayne Green (PSA) – Norman (Melton).
         Complaint was that respondent Green informed the seller, who was selling his property as a "For Sale by
         Owner", that the compensation for bringing him a buyer was negotiable. Complainant signed the agreement
         and respondent would not negotiate the commission with the complainant.
                Recommend: the case be closed.

         #C-2002-99 – Century 21 Parker Real Estate, LLC, and Gloria Parker (B) – Norman (Melton). After
         complainants submitted an offer and earnest money of $1,000 respondents failed to communicate with them
         and provide them any type of status regarding the transaction. There were a number of problems with the
         transaction and eventually the complainant's earnest money was returned.
                  Recommend: the case be closed with a letter of caution to Respondent Parker for failing to submit a
         written response within fifteen (15) days of notice of the complaint.

         #C-2002-100 – Crossroads Realty of Lawton, Inc., John Kinder (B), and J. Jay Kinder (SA) – Lawton (Melton).
         Complainant experienced problems with the buyer who failed to fulfill his verbal commitments towards the
         purchase of complainants' property. Respondents released the listing, and received no compensation, and
         therefore was not involved in the transaction between the parties (seller and buyer.)
                 Recommend: the case be closed.


V.       FINANCIAL AND FISCAL

         A.        Review of Financial Reports.
         B.        Approval of Travel to attend the ARELLO Southern District Meeting in June.

VI.      EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

         Report on Current Educational Endeavors.


VII.     GENERAL BUSINESS – Discussion and/or Action

         A.        Update - On Line Licensing Convenience Fee Charge

         B.        Industry Updates

         C.        Legislative and Rule Updates.

         D.        Standard Contract Forms Committee – Confirm and/or Appoint Membership.

         E.        Employee Recognition


VIII.    NEW BUSINESS
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Agenda – May 14, 2003
Page 11 of 11
         Any new business not known about or which could not have been reasonably foreseen prior to the time of
         posting of the agenda.




IX.      ACTION ON MEETING DATE

         Next meeting to be scheduled for: June 11, July 9, or alternate date.


X.       ADJOURNMENT

								
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