Legislation

Governer Polis VETOES Manager Licensing Bill

HB 1212, the bill introduced to Recreate Homeowners’ Association Community Manager Licensing was vetoed by Governor Polis late Friday night. Because of this action, the Community Manager Licensing program will no longer exist as of June 30, 2019. Governor Polis stated in his veto letter that “Our […]

Update Regarding Community Association Manager Licensing

HB 1212, the bill introduced to Recreate Homeowners’ Association Community Manager Licensing passed on Friday, May 3, 2019. It is currently awaiting the governor’s signature. The governor has thirty (30) days to sign the bill. If the governor takes no action , the legislation will become law […]

Manager Licensing Bill Has Now Been Introduced!

Manager Licensing Bill Has Now Been Introduced!

We knew it was coming and on February 25, 2019, HB 1212, which would reinstate Community Manager licensing, was introduced in the House. As you will recall, last year, the bill to extend manager licensing was defeated. As of right now, if no legislative action […]

Wage Garnishment Bill Introduced

On February 19, 2019, a bill which would significantly affect a creditor’s ability to collect through wage garnishments was introduced in the House. Under current law, the amount of an individual’s disposable earnings subject to garnishment is (in general) 25% of the individual’s disposable earnings […]

Another Bill Affecting Landlords/Tenants Introduced

HB19-1118 was introduced this week relating to landlord/tenant issues.  Introduced on January 16, 2019, if passed, would require a landlord to provide a tenant fourteen (14) days to cure a violation for unpaid rent or for a first violation of any other condition or covenant […]

Landlords! New Bill Introduced Regarding Rental Application Fees

HB19-1106, also known as the Rental Application Fairness Act (creating C.R.S. § 38-12-901 et seq), was introduced in the house on January 14, 2019.  If passed, the bill would do three things: Limit the application fee that a landlord may charge an applicant to the actual […]

Off and Running – First bill affecting HOAs has been introduced!

Off and Running – First bill affecting HOAs has been introduced!

HB-1050 was introduced in the house on January 4, 2019. The bill, if passed, would augment the existing law that establishes the rights of unit owners in common interest communities to use water-efficient landscaping (xeriscaping), subject to reasonable aesthetic standards.  The change would extend that […]

The 2019 Colorado General Assembly Regular Session Convened Today!

The 2019 Colorado General Assembly Regular Session Convened Today!

The 2019 General Assembly convened today and just like last year, Cornerstone will be keeping on top of issues that affect community associations and landlord/tenant law.  You can check our website here for updates throughout the session. In case you are curious as to how a […]

2018 Legislative Wrap Up

The Colorado legislative session wrapped up yesterday, so today on the blog we are wrapping up all the information you need to know about bills affecting community associations and landlords and tenants. What did and did not pass? First, what DID NOT pass. Let’s just […]

Manager Licensing Bill Dead

The following is from the Colorado Legislative Action Committee. The Colorado Legislative Action Committee (CLAC) is a statewide committee appointed by CAI National. House Bill 18-1175, the Community Association Manager Licensing Sunset Bill that would continue the CAM licensing program for 5 more years, was defeated […]