Kansas City Premier Apartments v. Missouri Real Estate Commission

Appellant's Brief - Missouri Supreme Court


Kansas City Premier Apartments is a business specializing in providing members of the public with useful information about rental properties in the Kansas City area. The Missouri Real Estate Commission admitted that the information being provided was neither false nor misleading and its expert witness admitted that no special training was required to accurately communicate the information and that citizens were not at all likely to be harmed by the information. Nonetheless, the trial court still ruled in favor of the MREC. Because KCPA challenged the validity of the laws that would prohibit it from sharing this truthful, harmless information, it appealed directly to the Missouri Supreme Court. This is its initial brief filed before that court.

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Published In: Civil Rights Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates

Reference Info:Appellate Brief | State, 8th Circuit, Missouri | United States

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David Roland
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