NEW YORK CITY-A lawsuit has been filed by Brown Harris Stevens,a real-estate broker, alleging that a commission of $880,000 wasunlawfully denied to one of its agents in the 1009 Fifth Avenuetownhouse sale to Carlos Slim. The suit has been filed in the NewYork Supreme Court against Tamir Sapir, who sold the town house for$44 million in a secret deal with Carlos Slim.


Venture Capital Properties and Soly Halabi, who representedCarlos Slim, are also named as defendants. For the fullstory, go to Wall Street Journal.

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