The long awaited passage of HB19-1212 occurred late Friday evening, May 3, 2019, as the session wound down. The final version of HB 19-1212 recreated the manager licensing program for one year. In addition to the one year extension, a stakeholder committee was formed to make recommendations for future revisions to the law. The stakeholders,Go to Article
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As you know, the Recreation of the Manager Licensure Bill is still working its way through the Senate. HB 19-1212 was heard yesterday by the Senate Finance Committee, and was set aside for action today, 5/1. The bill now only has three days to make its way through the legislative process before session ends forGo to Article
In a hearing of the House Committee on Finance which lasted late into the night on April 17, 2019, the Finance Committee voted 8-3 to refer HB19-1212 un-amended to the House Appropriations Committee. It is expected that, with only two weeks left in the legislative session, the Appropriations Committee will act quickly on HB 19-1212Go to Article
The Recreation of the Manager Licensure Bill is being considered in the House Finance Committee on Wednesday April 17, 2019. HB 19-1212 is intended to recreate the current manager licensure program currently in existence with a number of amendments to improve the program. We believe the industry is better served with professionally licensed managers. WeGo to Article
No matter how innocent or small the violation, never underestimate the possibility of it blowing up and costing both the association and owner far more money than it ever should have. Case in point: Avignon Villa Homes and Mr. Jim Hildebrand. This dispute involves a Kansas community where an owner decided to fight for hisGo to Article