Within private transactions between a seller that owns their asset and a buyer that expresses an interest to purchase an asset …there is not any soliciting anybody with anything. A seller that owns their asset is not soliciting anyone because they have a right to offer what they own.

            Brokers that say their sellers can’t provide intelligent details that authenticates their deal as being real because that would be soliciting the buyer don’t know what they are talking about. And if they aren’t the one dealing with the buyer directly. If anything …if Magister Operis is the one dealing directly with the buyer …Magister Operis is the one that has most exposure to charges of solicitation which Magister Operis knows how to avoid via certain procedures that confirms a buyer’s interest/request to purchase an asset.