As we all know, the new manager licensing regulations impose a number of requirements on community association managers (“CAM”) and CAM companies. One such regulation, Rule F-1(2), requires the CAM or CAM company to keep and retain a copy of the “documents and association records maintained and produced during the management of the common interestGo to Article

As you know, in addition to satisfying your CMCA continuing education requirements, effective July 1, 2016 you will also need 8 hours per year of continuing education for your Colorado CAM license.  Because of the anticipated high demand for education to satisfy the requirements, effective January 1, 2016, we are implementing a 60 day registrationGo to Article

During the opening session at the CAI Mountain Conference, DORA officials spoke about the process that will be followed for complaints against licensed managers. Currently, DORA has received approximately 100 complaints and is handling those in the following general manner: verify DORA has jurisdiction over the nature of the complaint; contact the licensee and allow themGo to Article

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