Where nothing in the listing agreement conditioned the broker's right to a commission upon consummation of the sale's contract, and the defendant's failure to finish construction of a unit as promised in its sales contract was solely its responsibility, the broker's right to recover a commission in connection with the sale of that unit could not be defeated by the defendant's unilateral failure to meet the construction schedule.
Vincent Metro, LLC v. Ginsberg
Connecticut Appellate Court
December 24, 2012
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