RECO is required by law to make enforcement activities and decisions available to the public for a minimum of sixty (60) months. Activities related to a specific real estate agent or brokerage can be found by searching the public register. Many of these activities and decisions are also available directly on the following pages.

 


Discipline & appeals decisions 

The Discipline Committee hears matters related to alleged contraventions of TRESA or any of its associated regulations for conduct occurring on or after December 1, 2023, and appeals of these decisions heard by the Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT). 

The Discipline Committee also hears matters pertaining to alleged contraventions of the Code of Ethics under REBBA for conduct occurring prior to December 1, 2023, and appeals of these decisions are heard by the Appeals Committee.

This page provides decisions and orders of the discipline committee and related appeals. You can search decisions by year or by topic.

See the decisions


Provincial charges

RECO can lay charges for alleged contraventions of the legislation against any current or former brokerage, agent, director or officer of a brokerage, or a person who is trading in real estate without being registered. These matters are heard in the Ontario Court of Justice.

This page provides a list of unregistered persons that have been charged with an offence under the legislation. The public register provides information about pending charges laid against a registered real estate agent or brokerage.

 See the charges


Provincial convictions

Charges laid by RECO may result in convictions, meaning the person has been found guilty of an offence.

This page provides a list of persons that have been convicted of an offence under the legislation.

See the convictions


Registrar’s proposals

The Registrar has the authority to propose to refuse, revoke, suspend or apply mandatory conditions to a registration. If not appealed within fifteen (15) days of the notice of proposal being served, the Registrar’s proposal is carried out. Appeals are heard by the Licence Appeal Tribunal (LAT). By Order, the LAT may direct the Registrar to carry out the proposal or may substitute its opinion for that of the Registrar and may attach conditions to its Order or to a registration.

This page provides a list of concluded proposal matters. If a person is not registered, an indication that a proposal has been issued will appear here. If a person is registered, an indication that a proposal was issued will appear when you search for a real estate agent or brokerage on the public register.

See the proposals