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A real estate agent who sold a property that both she and the purchaser apparently mistakenly believed was larger than it actually was, had, under the circumstances of that case, been provided with sufficient evidence that she could and should have been able to uncover the mistake before the purchase and alert the buyer, New Zealand's Real Estate Agent Disciplinary Tribunal ruled May 11.
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