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Real estate agent fined $1,000 and has licence suspended for one month

The Nova Scotia Real Estate Commission says there's evidence that he knowingly facilitated a viewing for a client who had not completed a mandatory 14-day self-isolation
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A Halifax-based real estate agent has had his licence suspended and is facing a fine for violating the Real Estate Trading Act and the province's COVID-19 restrictions. 

A decision posted to the Nova Scotia Real Estate Commission's website on Monday morning says Adam Scott of HaliPad Real Estate Inc. is suspended through February 17th.

"The evidence supported Mr. Scott facilitated a viewing with a client knowing the client arrived from outside of Atlantic Canada the night before and had not completed the province’s COVID-19 pandemic mandatory 14-day self-isolation," the commission said. 

Scott's biography no longer appears on HaliPad's website.

In addition to his month-long suspension, Scott has been ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.

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