NEW: Disciplinary Action Taken Against Shrewsbury Real Estate Agent
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
One of them was a Shrewsbury man, Tracy Barber, who agreed a 21-day suspension of his license, with the suspension stayed, according to a press release from the Board of Registration. Barber had been accused of making “a substantial misrepresentation” on his application for a broker’s license as well as practicing as an incorporated broker without the proper license. Barber said, "My right to practice real estate has not been suspended. The agreement with the state's suspension acted as a 21 day probation period."
Other punishments were meted out to:
Bruce Nicholls of Gloucester – He lost his right to renew his license as an attorney broker in the state after he failed to respond to allegations that he had been disciplined by the Board of Bar Overseers.
Arthur J. McCabe II of Andover – his attorney broker’s license was permanently revoked over an allegation that he voluntarily resigned as an attorney as part of disciplinary sanctions with the Board of Bar Overseers.
Gregory Burton of Canton – He lost the right to renew his expired real estate broker license. The board determined he did not return a $13,000 deposit to the Habitat for Humanity Greater Boston Inc. after a 2010 real estate transaction did not go through.
Sandra Meskell of East Sandwich – She agreed to a five-day suspension of her real estate license. She must also complete 12 hours of continuing education. The punishment stemmed from allegations that Meskell failed to complete her continuing educate requirement in a timely manner prior to renewing her license.
EDITOR'S NOTE: GoLocal previously reported Tracy Barber's license was revoked. It was not revoked.