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Real Estate Disciplines -2003

Springfield, IL, -- The Division of Banking and Real Estate announced that the Commissioner signed the following orders:

Addison:

John P. Carbon Jr. February 14, 2003
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

George A. Iliopoulos March 20, 2003
The real estate salesperson was assessed a fine of $4,000 for engaging in the practice of real estate for approximately 40 months while his license was expired.

Berwyn:

Draha Bohacova July 30, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

Jovisa Stevlic December 18, 2003
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and respondent was assessed a fine in the amount of $2,500 as a result of failing to deposit earnest money the next business day following the transaction and disbursing earnest money without obtaining written authorization from all parties. Respondent is also required to complete continuing education requirements.

Bloomingdale:

Terry L. White March 20, 2003
The real estate broker was assessed a fine of $4,000 for aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of one of his sponsored licensees whose license was expired for approximately 40 months.

Bolingbrook:

Isaac W. Kyle December 18,2003
The real estate broker license is eligible to be restored after respondent submits proof that he has successfully completed a 15-hour pre-license Broker Administration course.

Chicago:

Robert T. Allen April 8, 2003
The real estate broker license was permanently revoked and Mr. Allen was ordered to pay a fine of $2,500 required under a Consent Order dated September 26, 2002 and was further ordered to pay an additional fine of $10,000 for violating the terms of the Consent Order dated September 26, 2002.

Phillip B. Arnold, January 22, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was reprimanded and a fine of $300 was assessed for issuing a NSF checks to the Office of Banks and Real Estate.

Gildardo Avila, October 6, 2003
The real estate broker license was revoked for a minimum period of 10 years for wrongfully converting $4,000 of escrow money.

James D. Bohannon, January 22, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was restored from refuse to renew status and then reprimanded after respondent showed proof of completion of the continuing education required for the 1999 renewal. Respondent was also fined $500.

Ronald L. Branch, RLB Realty Group, Inc, October 17, 2003
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and respondent was required to pay a fine in the amount of $2,500 for the following reasons: engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate from May 1, 2002, through May 12, 2003, and for aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of his corporation, RLB Realty Group, Inc. from November 1, 2002, through March 24, 2003. The real estate broker corporation license was reprimanded and the corporation was required to pay a fine in the amount of $2,500.

Julie Capps, January 22,2003
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and a $300 fine was assessed for failing to tender an earnest money check to her managing broker in a timely manner and for practicing real estate for two months while her license was non-renewed.

Victor M. Castro, January 22, 2003
The real estate broker license was reprimanded for failure to disburse earnest money after receiving written direction from all parties to the transaction and for failure to account for and remit escrow money. Respondent was also required to return the escrow money and send proof of return to the Office of Banks and Real Estate.

Chicago Urban Realty Group Inc. April 8, 2003
The real estate broker corporation license was revoked for a minimum period of five (5) years for engaging in the unauthorized practice of real estate by continuing to operate as a real estate corporation without a managing broker and for aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of real estate of one of its sponsored licensees.

Theodore H. Collins November 11, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal as the result of a Class 3 felony conviction.

Robert Ducks (a/k/a Donald Calloway) January 22, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was permanently revoked for making false statements to the Department of Housing & Urban Development ("HUD") and for being convicted on April 12, 2002 of mail fraud in violation of Title 18 U.S.C. Section 1341.

Otis Flynn December 12, 2003
The Petition for Restoration of Otis Flynn was denied for failing to show evidence of rehabilitation, for failing to show evidence of an accounting for the financial mismanagement reflected in the prior disciplinary order, for engaging in the practice of real estate while his license was suspended, and for engaging in dishonest dealing and unprofessional conduct.

Dragoljub Giljen March 20, 2003
The real estate broker license was reprimanded for failure to properly terminate one of his sponsored licensees.

John Gutierrez January 24, 2003
The real estate broker license was indefinitely suspended for falsely certifying on his real estate broker application that he had never had a professional license or permit disciplined by any licensing authority in Illinois or in any other state. Respondent was previously licensed as a real estate salesperson in the State of Illinois and said license was refused renewal by an Order dated October 16, 2000.

John Gutierrez April 8, 2003
The real estate broker license was revoked for a minimum period of five (5) years for engaging in the practice of real estate while his real estate broker license was expired.

Diana E. Harris February 6, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was indefinitely suspended for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities and for falsely certifying on her 2001 renewal form that she was not more than thirty (30) days in arrears on Illinois state taxes.

Faye E. Hartfield October 9, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy outstanding Illinois tax liabilities.

Louise Hatten October 9, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy all Illinois tax liabilities.

Mazen Helwani June 18, 2003
The Petition for Restoration of real estate salesperson license was denied for failure to complete continuing education for the 2001 renewal cycle and for failure to notify the Office of Banks and Real Estate of a change of address when the licensee left the country.

Gregory L. Kelly August 20, 2003
The petition for restoration of the salesperson license was denied.

Eldridge Lawrence October 9, 2003
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Carmen M. Lopez August 26, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was indefinitely suspended until the respondent obtains and provides the Agency with proof of her G.E.D., provides the Agency a letter from her current broker attesting that the respondent has not engaged in the practice of real estate since the time the broker became aware that the respondent fraudulently obtained her license, and provides the Agency a letter from a broker willing to sponsor her indicating that the respondent disclosed the fraudulent circumstances under which the respondent obtained her real estate license.

Anthony McCullum, Jr. February 14, 2003
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

David M. Morales May 9, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that respondent has submitted to Office of Banks and Real Estate.

David M. Morales July 30, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was restored and reprimanded, and a $300 fine was assessed, after the respondent rectified an NSF check previously issued to the Agency.

Milagros Morales August 26, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was revoked for a minimum period of ten (10) years as a result of the respondent causing an envelope containing a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Mortgage Insurance Certificate to be placed in the U.S. Mail, knowing that information contained in the Certificate was false and as a result of the above act, being convicted on April 5, 2002 of mail fraud in violation of Title 18 U.S.C. Section 1341.

Felipe Orozco October 9, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy a civil fine of $5,000 assessed against respondent on June 6, 2001.

Mark L. Powell February 14, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

Martin Reyes February 14, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

Nicolae Rascov June 9, 2003
The Petition for Restoration of real estate broker license was denied and said license shall remain in indefinite suspension pursuant to the disciplinary order dated June 17, 1998.

Jose H. Rodriguez July 18, 2003
The real estate salesperson license became eligible for restoration after the respondent paid his Illinois tax liabilities and after the respondent meet all statutory requirements.

Tomas Sasco and Nadia Ltd. aka ReMax Casablanca August 27, 2003
The real estate broker license of Tomas Sasco was suspended for thirty (30) days, and immediately following the suspension, was placed on probation for a period of three (3) years. The conditions for the probation are (i) extra education and (ii) during the three (3) year probation period, Tomas Sasco agrees not to serve as managing broker for any sponsoring broker active as an Escrow Agent. Tomas Sasco was also assessed a fine of $5,000. The real estate broker corporation license of Nadia Ltd. aka ReMax Casablanca was placed on probation for a period of three (3) years, with the condition that it not act as an Escrow Agent during the three (3) year probation period. The corporation was also assessed a fine of $5,000. The disciplines were based upon evidence that Tomas Sasco, in his role as managing broker of record for the main office of ReMax Casablanca, failed to ensure a timely deposit of a check into an escrow account, failed to notify all principals about the delay regarding the deposit, and then failed to ensure a timely disbursement of the money from the escrow account. In another transaction, Tomas Sasco failed to ensure a timely deposit and timely disbursement of an earnest money check into/from an escrow account. Finally, Tomas Sasco failed to comply in a timely manner with the terms of a consent order dated May 22, 2003.

Seth N. Silverman June 18, 2003
The real estate salesperson was eligible for restoration upon proof of completion of continuing education for the 2001 renewal period, any current continuing education, and payment of a $1,000 fine.

Thomas E. Slaughter October 17, 2003
The real estate broker license was reprimanded for placing misleading and untruthful advertising and for advertising a property as a total rehab instead of in the process of being rehabbed.

Gary A. Smiley December, 18, 2003
The probation status of Gary A. Smiley's real estate broker's license was terminated and his license to practice as a real estate broker was returned to good standing.

Raymond H. Stahnke August 26, 2003
The real estate broker license of Raymond H. Stahnke is eligible to be restored upon the Agency's receipt of the following: proof of successful completion of the 45-hour salesperson prelicense course and the required 75 hours of broker pre-license courses, proof that petitioner has received a passing score on the State of Illinois real estate broker exam, a letter from petitioner's current sponsor and/or managing broker and any subsequent sponsoring and/or managing broker stating that he/she has received a copy of the consent order (6/19/03) and that he/she is aware of the circumstances underlying the suspension of petitioner's broker license. Further, petitioner is prohibited from being self-sponsored and from being a managing broker for a minimum period of one (1) year after the date petitioner's license is restored.

Brenda Taylor July 30, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

Margaret D. Thiel November 20, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failing to satisfy her Illinois tax liabilities.

Gerald D. Tucciarone April 15, 2003
The real estate broker license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to the agency.

Maria T. Vargas February 14, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

Mauricio E. Vides February 14, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

Delores Westbrook June 18, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify an NSF check that respondent submitted to Office of Banks and Real Estate.

Angela E. White November 21, 2003
The real estate broker license was reprimanded, and extra education was required, for failure to maintain and deposit in a special account, separate and apart from personal and other business accounts, all escrow moneys belonging to others.

Chicago Heights:

William N. Searcy April 14, 2003
The Petition for Restoration was denied because petitioner engaged in the practice of real estate in or around April 1997 during which time his license was expired, and because petitioner submitted a check to the agency on or about July 26, 1997 which was dishonored due to insufficient funds, and because petitioner failed to rectify the dishonored check and pay the statutory fine.

Crest Hill:

George G. Rodriguez September 10, 2003
The Petition for Restoration filed by George G. Rodriguez was granted and his real estate salesperson license was restored to active status for having shown proof that he has satisfied all outstanding Illinois tax liabilities.

Crete:

Mark D. Haines January 9, 2003
The real estate broker license was indefinitely suspended for a minimum period of thirty (30) days and a $500 fine was assessed for failure to comply with the terms of a Consent Order entered by the Office of Banks and Real Estate on April 18, 2002.

Mark D. Haines March 20, 2003
The real estate broker license was returned to probationary status, reprimanded and respondent was fined $3,000 for engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate.

Mark D. Haines March 20, 2003
The real estate broker license was indefinitely suspended for a minimum period of thirty (30) days for failure to comply with the terms of a Consent Order entered by the Office of Banks and Real Estate on April 18, 2002. Respondent was assessed a fine in the amount of $500 and respondent is not allowed to petition to restore his license until after the minimum period of suspension and until after he satisfies the terms of the April 18, 2002 Consent Order, pays the $500 fine and shows that he warrants the public trust.

Coal City:

Warren E. Wengstrom June 18, 2003
The Petition for Restoration of real estate broker license was denied. However, the agency allowed Mr. Wengstrom to be eligible for the issuance of a salesperson license subject to evidence of completion of all required pre-license education and has passed the required test. The licensee will be prohibited from being involved in any of the escrow activities of his sponsoring broker while salesperson, and that he shall not be eligible to file an application for a broker license for a minimum period of five (5) years. The underlying misconduct consisted of two incidents where Mr. Wengstrom failed to make the proper disclosures and failed to timely account for earnest money in transactions in which he was the seller.

Dalton:

Keith Terry January 22, 2003
The real estate salesperson license of Keith Terry was eligible to be restored to active status, subject to a reprimand and the payment of a $300 fine, after Respondent rectified an NSF check, which had been previously issued to the Office of Banks and Real Estate.

Willie J. Thurmond April 14, 2003
The real estate broker license was revoked for failing to comply with the terms of a Consent Order dated September 26, 2001.

Danville

Elioenau Caballero October 21, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was issued subject to probation for a period of three (3) years, during which time the sponsoring broker is to prepare and send the Office of Banks and Real Estate semi-annual reports as a result of applicant's felony convictions in 1990, 1991, and 1994 and use of contraband substances.

Evanston:

Elaine C. Rosenfeld February 14, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to the Office of Banks and Real Estate.

Elaine C. Rosenfeld April 14, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was eligible to be restored to active status, subject to a reprimand and the payment of a $300 fine. Respondent rectified an NSF check, which had been previously issued to the agency.

Fairview Heights:

Melinda L. Mears April 14, 2003
The real estate broker license shall be eligible for restoration upon the agency's receipt of the following: proof of successful completion of the 45-hour salesperson pre-license course and the required 75 hours of broker pre-license courses, and proof that petitioner has received a passing score on the broker exam. Upon issuance of a broker's license, petitioner's practice of real estate shall be restricted as follows: for a minimum period of five (5) years after petitioner's license is restored, she is prohibited from being self-sponsored and from being a managing broker and also from handling escrow funds in any manner, including, but not limited to, being a signatory on an escrow account.

Forest Park:

Barbara L. Brumback April 8, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was indefinitely suspended for failing to complete the continuing education requirements for the 2001 renewal period.

Peter J. Sandow October 3, 2003
The real estate broker license was revoked for a minimum period of 10 years as a result of respondent being indicted for making false statements to the Department of Housing & Urban Development and for mail fraud and as a result of being convicted on March 4, 2002 of mail fraud in violation of Title 18, U.S.C. Section 1341.

Glenview:

Ragini Arora March 20, 2003
The real estate salesperson license shall become eligible for restoration upon proof of completion of any current and/or outstanding continuing education and upon payment of a $1,000 fine.

Alex Gilman April 14,2003
The real estate salesperson license was revoked for failing to market properties for which he entered into exclusive listing agreements, for abandoning his clients, and for failing to act in the best interests of his clients.

Glencoe:

Richard B. Nelson November 19, 2003
The real estate broker license was revoked for a minimum period of ten (10) years as a result of respondent being indicted for making false statements to the Department of Housing & Urban Development and for mail fraud and as a result of being convicted on 04/05/02 of mail fraud in violation of Title 18, U.S.C. Section 1341.

Glenwood:

David Peden Jr. February 14, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to the Office of Banks and Real Estate.

David Peden, Jr. March 20, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was eligible to be restored to active status, subject to a reprimand and the payment of a $300 fine. Respondent rectified an NSF check, which had been previously issued to the agency.

Hazel Crest:

Francine D. Estevez January 22, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was restored then reprimanded and a $300 fine was assessed after respondent rectified an NSF check, which had been previously issued to the Office of Banks and Real Estate.

Herrin:

Joel J. Nugent November 19, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Highland Park:

Martha Milowicki November 11, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was reprimanded and respondent was assessed a fine in the amount of $1,500 for engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate during at least two separate periods of time while her license was expired, for failing to disclose in writing to all parties to a transaction her status as a licensee, and failing to provide documents to the Office of Banks and Real Estate after receiving a written request. Respondent is also prohibited for a period of two (2) years from becoming a self-sponsored broker and is required to again complete and pass a test for the 45-hour salesperson course.

Hinsdale:

Gregory A. Bayer November 11, 2003
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Charles Ivas and Diana Ivas July 29, 2003
The real estate salesperson license of Charles Ivas was reprimanded and extra education was required, and the real estate broker license of Diana Jvas was reprimanded and extra education was required, for acting as dual agents in a transaction but failing to obtain the required dual agency consent form, and for failing to advise their buyer-client of all of the known material information regarding the property.

Homewood:

Lee Garafolo-Malizia March 20, 2003
The real estate broker was assessed a fine of $500 for engaging in the practice of real estate while her license was expired and for aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of a sponsored licensee.

Stephanie Webb March 20, 2003
The real estate salesperson was assessed a fine of $200 for engaging in the practice of real estate while her license was expired.

Joliet:

Jolee Jones July 30, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was restored and reprimanded after the respondent completed 12 hours of continuing education for the 2003 renewal period, paid a $300 fine, and rectified an NSF check previously issued to the Agency.

LaGrange:

Kathy Madjer March 20, 2003
Kathy Madjer is unlicensed and was assessed a fine of $1,500 for engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate by managing the properties of others. Ms. Madjer was directed to cease & desist from engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate in the future.

Lemont:

Thomas A. Zalesky March 5, 2003
The real estate salesperson license of Thomas Zalesky was eligible to be restored to active status after rectifying an NSF check that had been previously issued to the agency.

Lincolnwood:

Richard E. Rheinstrom October 17, 2003
Richard Rheinstrom is eligible to have a real estate broker license issued with the limitations that he never be in possession of escrow money including, but not limited to never accepting escrow funds; never being the payor of a negotiable instrument and never managing any escrow accounts. The limitations were a result of his attorney license being disciplined.

Lyons:

Carol J. Harris April 14, 2003
The real estate broker license was reprimanded for failing to have a written employment agreement with a sponsored licensee. Ms. Harris was also required to establish written office policies and procedures addressing fair housing, training, escrow money and commission splits.

Matteson:

Brian Kinsey March 20, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was eligible to be restored to active status, subject to a reprimand, the payment of a $300 fine, successful completion of the 45-hour pre-license course, and receiving a passing score on the salesperson exam. Respondent rectified an NSF check, which had been previously issued to the agency.

Jeanne C. Wood August 26, 2003
The real estate broker license was reprimanded and extra education was required for allowing, in her role as managing broker of record, an untimely return of earnest money to a buyer.

Milothian:

Jose P. Booker November 11, 2003
Jose P. Booker was granted a real estate salesperson license, which the license was placed on indefinite probation with the conditions that any and all sponsoring brokers submit letters acknowledging that they are aware of Booker's criminal conviction; that Booker provide bi-monthly reports that he is actively paying his current and delinquent child support, and that his current and any subsequent sponsoring broker submit quarterly reports to the Office of Banks and Real Estate detailing the number and nature of Booker's real estate transactions.

Norridge:

Rolando Rodriguez March 20, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was placed on probation for a period of one (1) year for failing to disclose background information on the salesperson application. During the probation, respondent shall ensure that his managing/sponsoring broker submit quarterly reports detailing the number and nature of respondent's transactions during that quarter.

Jerome Serzen April 8, 2003
The real estate broker license was permanently revoked for performing appraisals under the guise of a falsified appraisal license, and then in response to an investigation by the Office of Banks and Real Estate, for tendering a letter of explanation wherein he defended his actions by expressly claiming that he acted as a "Real Estate Broker, licensed in the State of Illinois."

Oak Park:

Raynelda L. Thompson March 20, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was eligible to be restored, subject to a reprimand and a $300 fine, for rectifying an NSF check, which had been previously issued to the agency.

Palatine:

Ahmad Karkukly April 8, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify a dishonored check that had been tendered to the agency.

Quincy:

Donald H. Frese June 18, 2003
The real estate broker was reprimanded and assessed a $250 fine for extending an exclusive right to sell listing agreement without written authorization of the seller and being party to placement of an unauthorized signature on a Withdrawal From Listing Form and its ultimate submission to the local MLS Association.

Donald Frese October 8, 2003
The real estate broker license was reprimanded, a $500 fine was assessed, and the respondent was required to successfully complete the Broker Administration course within 90 days, for releasing earnest money without written authorization from the parties to a real estate contract.

Rock Island:

Todd R. Carter October 8, 2003
The real estate broker license was indefinitely suspended for a minimum period of five (5) years for maintaining, as a managing broker, an escrow account that had a substantial shortage.

Richton Park:

Michael R. Anderson, David Hetzler and Lincolnway Management, Inc. March 20, 2003
The real estate salesperson license of Michael R. Anderson was reprimanded, a $1,900 fine was assessed, and extra education was required; the real estate broker license of David Hetzler was reprimanded, a $400 fine was assessed, and extra education was required; and Lincolnway Management, Inc. was assessed a $2,200 fine and agreed to obtain a real estate broker corporation license which will be issued subject to a reprimand. These disciplinary terms were based, in part, upon evidence that Lincolnway Management, Inc. practiced real estate for at least 22 months without a license.

Sandoval:

Kristine E. Barton and Executive Real Estate Services, Inc April 14, 2003
The real estate broker license of Kristine E. Barton was terminated and the real estate broker corporation license of Executive Real Estate Services, Inc. was terminated due to a pay out from the Real Estate Recovery Fund.

Schaumburg:

Dejan Jankovic January 9, 2003
The application for an real estate salesperson license was denied for cheating on the real estate salesperson exam by using an unauthorized book in the exam room to check some of the answers.

South Holland:

Cynthia G. Frye February 14, 2003
The real estate broker license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois income tax liabilities.

Realty Executives Professionals March 20, 2003
The real estate broker corporation license was reprimanded and a $3,000 fine was assessed for engaging in the unauthorized practice of real estate by continuing operation of the real estate corporation without having a licensed managing broker and also aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of real estate.

Tinley Park:

Ed Mitchell October 6, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was revoked for a minimum period of 10 years for failing to account for $5,000 of client funds.

Waukegan:

Eladio Colon November 11, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was refused renewal for failure to satisfy Illinois tax liabilities.

Westmont:

Kim K. Wilcox July 30, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was terminated for failure to rectify an NSF check previously issued to the Agency.

Western Springs:

Laura J. Stegmeir-Pauwels January 22, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was revoked for a minimum period of ten (10) years for making false statements to the Department of Housing & Urban Development ("HUD") and for being convicted on March 4, 2002 of the above offense in violation of Title 18 U.S.C. Section 1012.

Yorkville:

Heather L. Devermann June 20, 2003
The real estate salesperson was assessed a $300 fine for engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate while her license was inoperative. Respondent was also required to complete a 15-hour pre-license course in Advanced Principles 2000 and a three (3)-hour continuing education course in Agency.

Carefree, AZ:

Barbara A. Reich (Brown) February 14, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was permanently revoked for making false statements to the Department of Housing & Urban Development ("HUD") and for being convicted on March 4, 2002 of mail fraud in violation of Title 18 U.S.C. Section 1341.

Austin, IN:

Helen Miller January 22, 2003
The real estate salesperson license was revoked for a minimum period of ten (10) years for making false statements to the Department of Housing & Urban Development ("HUD") and for being convicted on August 15, 2002 of mail fraud in violation of Title 18, U.S.C. Section 1341.

Highland, IN:

Laila A. Alloush May 8, 2003
The real estate salesperson was assessed a $200 fine for engaging in the unlicensed practice of real estate. Respondent was also required to complete three (3) hours of continuing education in Core A: License Law.

Schereville, IN:

John Rostankovski June 18, 2003
The real estate broker was fined $200 for aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of real estate of one of his sponsored licensees. Respondent was also required to complete three (3) hours of continuing education in Core A: License Law.

 
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