Many real estate agency companies filed a complaint with the court earlier, alleging that they were owed commission after selling two properties in Changsha Bay Evergrande • Ruifeng and Tuen Mun Evergrande • Dragon Bay.
The Hong Kong Real Estate Agents Association also filed a lawsuit in the High Court yesterday (2nd), alleging that it had facilitated a number of transactions between Evergrande and Dragon Bay in Tuen Mun, but the developer failed to pay 4.35 million commissions, so it filed for recovery.
The plaintiff is the Hong Kong Real Estate Agents General Association Co., Ltd. and the defendant is Welfare Development Co., Ltd.
According to the complaint, the plaintiff was appointed as the sales agent of Evergrande·Junlong Bay and completed a number of transactions.
According to the agreement, the defendant was required to pay a commission of approximately 4.35 million to the plaintiff.
However, the plaintiff repeatedly requested, and the defendant failed to pay, so he filed for a claim.
Case Number: HCA1817/2021
The developer of Evergrande's two real estates was accused of arrears of commission again. Central Plains filed for 106 million yuan for the sale of the two Evergrande real estate. The case was postponed to October for primary investigation of Chen Fen, a senior executive of Evergrande Group, who was involved in the case of corporate rape, and then Chen was postponed to hire a former female senior official from the Department of Justice.