A saga I came across today that involves 2 PMs I know. I won't name them here but involves PM B and PM N both in Adelaide. Timeline is as follows: - self managing landlord having lots of trouble with awful tenant. - LL employs PM B to manage property and help evict and is eventually successful. - Tenants new address comes to light and PM B looks up the property and its advertised for rent by PM N - PM B makes several calls PM N to warn him about awful tenant and can't reach him - PM N either hasn't done background / reference checks on the tenant or ignores the results. From here, which route should PM B take : A) say too bad, PM B wipes his hands of it . B) contact owner of property directly since he couldn't reach PM N to advise. I know what happened, but I'm curious what forumites think of ethical / professional courtesy.