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15 May, 06:34

The real estate Commission is investigating Michael, a licensed broker, on a consumer's complaint that he engaged in deceptive business practices in convincing a buyer to buy a property that was in poor condition. Michael receives a copy of the Order to Show Cause. He is so angry that the buyer complained that he tears up the Order and refuses to answer it. What will happen

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  1. 15 May, 07:00
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    Michael will be punished by the commission.

    Explanation: An Order to "Show Cause" is a court order that requires that one or more of the parties involved in a case to explain one thing or the other to the court. The "Order to show cause" is usually brought up when the judge is looking for more information before taking a decision on if he should issue an order requested by one of the parties or if he shouldn't.

    An Order to show Cause is not usually the first or last legal action hence it is interim order.

    For Instance, if a party wants the court to find the other party in contempt of an existing court order, the Judge will issue an "Order to Show Cause Re Contempt" to the accused party of being in contempt of court. The Judge will then need to see or listen to evidence from the two parties involved in the case concerning the alleged failure to comply with the court order.

    This will make him decide if the accusation was true or not, then he will either punish the offenders or let them go depending on his findings.

    From the question, Micheal will be punished by the commission for not obeying this order. He even tore it up. It goes to show that what they accused him of doing is probably true.
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