No. 13694.

648 P.2d 788 (1982)

98 N.M. 330

Pauline CHRISTMAS, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. CIMARRON REALTY COMPANY and Bill Littrell, Defendants-Appellants.

Supreme Court of New Mexico.

Rehearing Denied July 19, 1982.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

John W. Danfelser, Albuquerque, for defendants-appellants.

Paul A. Kastler, Raton, for plaintiff-appellee.

Sommer & Lawler, Joseph G. Lawler, Houston Lee Morrow, Santa Fe, amicus curiae.


RIORDAN, Justice.

Plaintiff, Pauline Christmas (Christmas), brought an action against defendants, Cimarron Realty (Cimarron) and its sole owner, Bill Littrell (Littrell), for breach of contract. The complaint alleged that Christmas, a licensed real estate agent, and a former employee of Littrell, was owed a commission on a piece of property sold by Littrell, a licensed real estate broker.

Littrell moved to compel arbitration of the dispute...

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