Aliya Lalji – Real Estate Associate Licence Suspended
Calgary, Alberta – On March 26, 2015, the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) suspended Aliya Lalji, a real estate associate registered with Century 21 Bravo Realty in Calgary. RECA determined it is in the public interest to temporarily suspend Ms. Lalji. The suspension will continue until the conclusion of RECA disciplinary proceedings against her.
Allegations against Ms. Lalji include:
- Failure to act honestly
- Failure to provide competent service
- Failure to ensure her role was clearly understood by her clients and third parties
- Failure to cooperate fully with, and provide any information requested to, any representative of the Council carrying out their duties and responsibilities under the Act
- Making representations or carrying on conduct that was reckless or intentional and that misled or deceived any person or was likely to do so
- Participating in fraudulent or unlawful activities in connection with the provision of services or in any dealings
- Discouraging a client, customer or a party to a trade in real estate or deal in mortgages from seeking legal counsel or expert advice
- Disclosing information regarding a client, property or transaction to another person
- Failure to provide to her broker in a timely manner all original documentation and copies of original documents related to a trade in real estate
As a result of this suspension, Aliya Lalji may not trade in real estate in Alberta.
The Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA) is an independent, non-government agency, responsible for governing real estate brokerage, mortgage brokerage, property management and real estate appraisal professionals under the Real Estate Act of Alberta. RECA is mandated to protect consumers and to provide services that enhance and improve the industry and the business of industry professionals.