Appeal from the Order of the State Real Estate Commission in case of In the Matter of the Suspension or Revocation of Real Estate Broker's License No. 412 issued to Hyman Mishkin.
John W. Beyer, with him Robert H. Reese, Jr., and Arnold, Bricker, Beyer & Barnes, for appellant.
Louis B. Rubin, Assistant Attorney General, with him Richard W. Baseman, Assistant Attorney General, and Robert P. Kane, Attorney General, for appellee.
President Judge Bowman and Judges Mencer and Blatt, sitting as a panel of three. Opinion by President Judge Bowman.
By an order dated November 24, 1975, the State Real Estate Commission (Commission) revoked for an indefinite period of time appellant's license to practice as a real estate broker.
After hearing upon the complaint of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas, the Commission made the following findings of fact and concluded that appellant violated Sections 10(a)(1), 10(a)(2), 10(a)(5), 10(a)(7) and 10(a)(11)(i), of the Real Estate Brokers License Act, Act of May 1, 1929, P.L. 1216, as amended, 63 P.S. § 440(a):
"4. Respondent did represent to complainants in late December of 1972, that he had a 'gift' for them of $1,500.
"5. Respondent did not adequately explain to complainants the actual source of these funds.
"6. Respondent did attempt to conceal the full amount of the subject check from complainants.
"7. Respondent did retain approximately $500 of a total of $2,009.
"8. Respondent never placed aforesaid $500 in an escrow account.
"9. Subject check in the amount of $2,009 was not originally received by or ...