In Fable 3, Reaver is a pretty nasty person: the Hero personally sees him murder a worker in an intentionally slow and painful way for example, and he tries to get the Hero and Page killed in the Mansion.
So, how come the Hero will seemingly happily tolerate Reaver in their court for the year, once they're the monarch, with player having no option to bring him to the justice? And why nobody, for example Page, demands him to be punished (unless I remember wrong and someone does but it leads to nothing)?
Sure, Reaver runs the industry, but certainly a replacement could be found, especially after a good Hero doesn't let him follow his exploitative, murderous management style. Being useful doesn't prevent the player from choosing to have Logan executed, either.
Obviously, I'm looking for an in-universe explanation. I haven't read any of the Fable books, so perhaps they have some semi-plausible explanation?