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A person files suit to claim a commission from a seller based on a listing contract. If the person fulfilled the terms of the contract, the only evidence necessary to prove that the person is legally allowed to receive a commission is to submit a current, active broker’s license.
A broker presents a license to a court in a suit to collect a real estate commission, but the defendant presents a DBPR document that shows that the license was suspended when the broker sold the property. The broker can still collect a commission.