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This note first examines some useful history and terminology regarding real estate commission disputes, the procuring cause doctrine, and Minnesota Statutes section 82.21.4 It follows with a summary of the facts of the Rosenberg decision and the Minnesota Court of Appeals’ and Minnesota Supreme Court’s analysis of the case. This note then analyzes the supreme court’s decision to apply the procuring cause doctrine in Rosenberg, and concludes with a plea to the Minnesota legislature to clarify that the effect of the statute is to abrogate that doctrine.
"Case Note: Procuring a Different Cause: The Return of the Procuring Cause Doctrine As Applied to Minnesota Real Estate Commission Disputes in Rosenberg v. Heritage Renovations, LLC,"
William Mitchell Law Review: Vol. 31
, Article 13.
Available at: http://open.mitchellhamline.edu/wmlr/vol31/iss3/13