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Title Recreate Homeowners' Association Community Manager Licensing
Status Governor Vetoed (05/31/2019)
Bill Subjects
  • Business & Economic Development
  • Housing
House Sponsors M. Duran (D)
B. Titone (D)
Senate Sponsors N. Todd (D)
R. Fields (D)
House Committee Transportation and Local Government
Senate Committee Finance
Date Introduced 02/25/2019
Description

The licensing program for community association managers
(CAMs), who engage in the business of handling certain matters on
behalf of the executive boards of common interest communities, was
created in 2013 and sunsetted on July 1, 2018.
Section 1 of the bill recreates and reenacts the CAM licensing
program and the duties and responsibilities of the division of real estate

and its director with regard to CAM licensing, as they existed on June 30,
2018, with amendments reflecting an extended sunset date of September
1, 2024, and the recommendations of the department of regulatory
agencies as contained in its 2017 sunset report as well as other changes.
The changes made in accordance with the sunset report are:
  • Allowing certain ministerial functions to be delegated to
unlicensed persons while maintaining the license
requirement for higher-level management functions such as
the conduct of board meetings, handling of money, and
negotiation of maintenance contracts. The director is
authorized to adopt rules further clarifying these
distinctions if necessary.
  • Scaling back the amount of, and circumstances in which,
direct supervision of an apprentice is required; specifying
that a supervising manager is accountable for the actions of
an apprentice; and giving the director authority to adopt
rules governing supervision of apprentices; and
  • Removing the automatic acceptance of certain private
credentials as qualifications for licensure and substituting
a requirement that the director specify the acceptable
credentials by rule.
Additional changes include the creation of a 7-member advisory
committee to make recommendations to the director of the division of real
estate regarding changes to the rules, adoption of guidelines and
processes for the handling of complaints, and other matters on which the
director seeks input.
Section 3 duplicates and carries forward all of the preceding
content as part of the recodification of title 12, Colorado Revised Statutes,
contingent on the passage of House Bill 19-1172.

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