The National Association of Realtors (NAR) and real estate brokerages are facing class action lawsuits due to alleged misrepresentations related to commission split agreements. According to the NAR and brokerages, the plaintiffs are attempting to avoid cross-examination to prevent providing testimony that could potentially conflict with that of other class representatives.

Both the NAR and brokerages are asserting that potential conflicts between the plaintiff’s testimonies will weaken the footing of the class action lawsuit. Additionally, the NAR and brokerages assert that the plaintiffs are attempting to impede the court from do its due diligence in addressing the pending motion to certify the class action lawsuit.

• National Association of Realtors (NAR) and teamed brokerages facing legal challenge
• Alleged misrepresentations of commission split agreements
• Court motion to certify class action lawsuit hindered
• Plaintiffs aiming to avoid cross-examination & conflicting testimonies
• NAR and brokerages seek to strengthen the legal challenge

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