During the COVID-19 pandemic, all proceedings currently scheduled and to be scheduled will be heard by audio or video conference or conducted in writing, following RECBC’s Virtual Proceedings Procedures.
Notices of upcoming hearings are published approximately two months in advance of the scheduled dates. A Notice of Disciplinary Hearing is not a finding of guilt or misconduct.
Hearing dates and times are subject to change. Please refer to the Upcoming Hearings tab for information on hearing dates.
Disciplinary hearings are in most cases held in two parts: a hearing on liability that is followed, in cases where there is a finding of liability, by a penalty hearing. Decisions are published following each liability and penalty hearing.
Parties receive a Notice of Hearing approximately six months before the date of the proceeding. All real estate professionals have the legal right under the Real Estate Services Act to propose a consent order should they wish to resolve a matter by consent rather than proceeding to a hearing. If the proposal is accepted by a Consent Order Review Committee, no disciplinary hearing will take place.