Usurping Control of Client’s Purchased Real Estate

In order to encourage the buyer (VICTIM J.E) to purchase additional units at the Yosemite Street Condominium complex, in addition to the enticement of $30,000 cash back, Williams offered to manage the rental of purchased units. However, in violation of the owner’s insistence on obtaining a security deposit, Williams moved renters into his client’s unit, without obtaining a security deposit, without collecting any rent at all, and without even getting a lease signed. This made it less likely that Williams would ever complete the promised renovations, and further, Williams told the renters to do the painting which he had promised to do, in exchange for two weeks free rent, none of which he was authorized to do.

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