Real estate agent censured, ordered to pay $4000 for unsatisfactory conduct

  • A real estate agent has been fined $4000 and censured for helping a Christchurch Lotto ticket winner with a property purchase.

Nathan Tamihana, former salesperson for Gold Real Estate Group, has been fined $4000 fine, censured and ordered to reimburse $3000 legal costs for Lotto winner Russell Martin after being found guilty of unsatisfactory conduct by the Real Estate Agents Disciplinary Tribunal.

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The Real Estate Agents Disciplinary Tribunal reprimanded its initial hearing decision. Photo / File