TREC – Broker-Lawyer Committee Appointments

The Texas Real Estate Commission has appointed two new members to the Broker-Lawyer committee and the state bar of Texas also appointed a new lawyer member.

The Texas Real Estate Commission voted at its August 1 meeting to appoint Charlie Still of Arlington and Gregg Glenn of Amarillo as broker members of the Texas Real Estate Broker-Lawyer Committee, with terms expiring August 31, 2017. The broker-lawyer committee is responsible for drafting and revising standard real estate contract forms, with the intent of bringing consistency to real estate transactions and minimizing potential controversy in accordance with the Texas Real Estate License Act.

Charlie Still has been an active broker since 1982 and has over 29 years of experience working with TREC’s promulgated forms.  He has been the principal broker of Still Brothers & Associates since 1987.

Gregg Glenn has been the broker / owner of Prudential Ada, REALTORS since 1983.

In addition to the broker appointments made by the Texas Real Estate Commission Bo Blackburn was appointed as a lawyer member on the committee by the State Bar of Texas.  Bo Blackburn is a partner at Almanza, Blackburn & Dickie LLP, in Austin, focusing on residential and commercial real estate litigation among other areas of practice.

The full press release is available here.(PDF Link)

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