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Effective May 6, 2020, anyone 3 years of age and older is required to wear a face covering in certain public settings within the City and County of Denver.  Denver is not unique and is among a growing list of local county and municipal governments mandating use of face masks when engaging in various public […]

Community Association Manager Licensing Bill IntroducedOn February 25, 2019, HB19-1212 was introduced in the Colorado Legislature to reenact the CAM licensing laws that were repealed last year and to reestablish the CAM program. HB19-1212 is substantially similar to the prior law, but there are some changes that managers and management companies should note if the […]

On June 5, 2017, the Colorado Supreme Court issued its ruling in Vallagio at Inverness Residential Condominium Ass’n, Inc. v. Metropolitan Homes, Inc. et al. (Supreme Court Case No. 15SC508).  The Supreme Court affirmed the court of appeals and ruled: The Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”) permits a declarant to reserve the unlimited right […]

In the waning days of May, CAI and HAM Radio Lobbyists worked with together with Federal Legislators to reach a compromise on H.R. 1301 concerning outdoor amateur radio antennas and services in residential communities. The revised bill requires the FCC to enact rules prohibiting private land use restrictions, including restrictive covenants found in almost every […]

On March 15, 2016, two more local governments adopted construction defect ordinances. Under local government public health, safety and welfare powers, municipalities are attempting to supplement perceived deficiencies in the Colorado Construction Defect Action Reform Act with the intent of decreasing builder and developer liability represented as an effort to promote affordable housing. Loveland adopted […]

The state has clarified management company record retention requirements following termination of an Association’s management contract. The management company is required to retain a former client’s records that were produced or involved the management company during the management term. As the Community Association Managers Practices Act became effective January 1, 2015, management companies should retain […]

On May 20, 2015, Governor Hickenlooper signed House Bill 15-1343 into law.  Consequently, the Director of the Division of Real Estate published Emergency Rules, effective May 21, 2015 through September 21, 2015, specifying the application and license requirements for obtaining a Provisional License or an Apprentice License. Apprentice LicenseHB 15-1343 allows prospective individuals interested in […]

On January 6, 2015, the Director of the Colorado Division of Real Estate for the Department of Regulatory Agencies (“Division”) adopted Emergency Rules A, C and D related to Community Association Manager (“CAM”) licensure.  The adopted Emergency Rules outline the qualifications, education, testing, licensing, and insurance requirements necessary for CAM license applications and will expire on May […]

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