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Bill Detail: HB22-1239

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Title Regulate Community Association Managers
Status House Committee on Finance Postpone Indefinitely (03/21/2022)
Bill Subjects
  • Professions & Occupations
House Sponsors B. Titone (D)
Senate Sponsors J. Bridges (D)
House Committee Transportation and Local Government
Senate Committee
Date Introduced 02/16/2022
Summary

The bill establishes licensure requirements for business entities
that perform community association management for common interest
communities in the state. The division of real estate (division) in the
department of regulatory agencies (department) is tasked with
administering the regulatory program for community association

managers (CAMs). To be licensed, a business entity must:
  • Demonstrate compliance with insurance requirements
specified by the director of the division (director) by rule;
  • Designate an individual as the business entity's controlling
manager who is responsible for the community association
management activities of the business entity and its
employees;
  • Pay a fee based on the number of individuals who perform
community association management on behalf of the
business entity; and
  • Obtain criminal history record checks for its controlling
manager and each individual that performs community
association management on behalf of the business entity.
A business entity licensed as a CAM must ensure that its
controlling manager and each individual performing community
association management on behalf of the licensed entity is credentialed
by the Community Association Managers International Certification
Board or the Community Associations Institute and complies with
periodic continuing education requirements.
The bill sets forth various grounds for disciplining a licensed entity
and directs the director to establish a points-based disciplinary system for
determining the appropriate level of discipline to impose on a licensed
entity based on the level of violation.
The bill repeals the licensure of CAMs on September 1, 2029, and
directs the department to conduct a sunset review of the licensure
program before that date.

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