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The Division of Real Estate (the “Division”), in compliance with Senate Bill 14-063 (§24-4-103.3, C.R.S.), is required to give public notice on its website for its review of existing rules and provide an opportunity for public comment on any proposed rule changes.
Pursuant to Senate Bill 14-063, the Division is currently conducting a review of the administrative rules regarding real estate brokers. The review will assess the continuing need for, the appropriateness, and cost-effectiveness of the regulations. The assessment will also determine whether the rules should be continued in their current form, modified, or repealed.
The Division is accepting comments through March 9, 2018.
The Division is required to consider:
Whether the rule is necessary;
Whether the rule overlaps or duplicates other rules of the agency or with other federal, state, or local government rules;
Whether the rule is written in plain language and is easy to understand;
Whether the rule has achieved the desired intent and whether more or less regulation is necessary;
Whether the rule can be amended to give more flexibility, reduce regulatory burdens, or reduce unnecessary paperwork or steps while maintaining its benefits;
Whether the rule is implemented in an efficient and effective manner, including the requirements for the issuance of permits and licenses;
Whether a cost-benefit analysis was performed by the applicable rule-making agency or official in the principal departments pursuant to section 24-4-103(2.5); and
Whether the rule is adequate for the protection of the safety, health, and welfare of the state or its residents.
Rule A: License Qualifications, Applications and Examinations
Rule B: Continuing Education
Rule C: Licensing - Office
Rule D: Renewal, Transfer, Inactive License, Errors and Omissions Insurance
Rule E: Seperate Accounts - Records - Accountings - Investigations
Rule F: Use of Forms
Rule G: Brokers Acting Under 12-61-102(2)(a)(X), C.R.S. (Rental Referrals)
Rule H: Repealed
Rule I: Declaratory Orders
Rule J: Repealed
Rule K: Exceptions and Commission Review of Initial Decisions