Charles W. Zollner, former licensed seller, Burlington County – By final decision of November 18, 2010, the Commission found that in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17 (d), Zollner did not receive any funds totalling $18,000. That Zollner spent US$18,000 on real estate deposits given to him by his sponsors with his own resources, in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17 (o) and N.J.A.C 11:5-5.1 (c); that such conduct did not protect and encourage the interests of the principal customs officer, in violation of N.J.A.C. 11:5-6.4 (a); and that such conduct constitutes fraud or dishonest trade, in violation of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17 (l). The Commission fined US$10,000 and withdrew Zollner`s real estate seller`s licence for ten years. 22 Listening to Ned read in public for her during a special “teaching day” in the neighbourhoods, she discovers his real connections with him. “I knew it, if ned wasn`t there now, if it wasn`t for me. And I felt like I had born it from my own body (66). It is interesting to note that in the narrative parts, without direct or indirect dialogue, she reflects on events and speaks of herself, of her deepest emotions, or sometimes devotes herself to more philosophical thoughts, throughout history and what she reserves for people of color. It is also in these moments that the words “I felt” testify that she gives herself to the interviewer in a more intimate speech.
Alfonso Santoro, Pam An Agency, Inc., Maplewood, 11/96 — The parties included an approval order in which Mr. Santoro agreed to waive his broker`s license with prejudice for 2 years and agreed to pay a $1,000 fine for offences committed against N.J.A.C 11:5-1.14. Mr. Santoro failed to properly monitor the office of the brokerage licensee and the activities of his salesperson, Marion Miller. Mr. Miller had misappropriated trust funds and used them for his own purposes. John Walsh, Licensed Brokerage Seller, Hudson County – On November 18, 2008, the Board approved an approval order in which Walsh recognized violations of N.J.S.A. 45:15-17 (m) to accept valuable commissions or other considerations from someone other than his employee real estate agent, N.J.S.A. 45:15-17 (o) and N.J.A.C. 11:5-5.1 (c) insofar as he mixed his sponsors` money with his own, and N.J.S.A. 45:15-17 (e), for his behaviour demonstrated his indignity.
He was fined $8,000. His licence was revoked for a period of six months and, after re-starting, was revoked for two years suspended. He is not allowed to obtain a license from a broker or broker for a ten-year term. Gale Schork, licensed real estate agent in New Jersey, Sussex County – By final decision of June 7, 2012, the Commission found that Schork did not finalize a change of address to the Commission in violation of N.J.S.A.