Can you be more specific?
In what aspect of a real estate transaction are your concerned with the ethical behavior of an attorney?
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I am a real estate broker and attorney. If you would elaborate about the question you have about "ethical consideration" in real estate I will be happy to help you. Unfortunately, there is not enough information provided to answer your question.
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