HB 2045 – Miller; SB 1231 – Stanley & HB 2274 – D. Marshall; SB 1255 – DeSteph

Overview

POA Act and Condo Act Amendments   

Associations cannot condition, limit or prohibit for sale signs other than limiting signs to those that are in compliance with the VREB regulations.

Associations cannot require a formal power of attorney from a real estate licensee to represent their clients before the association and are required to accept a document from the real estate licensee signed by the owner that confirms representation.

Adds that failure to deliver the association disclosure packet within the 14-day requirement subjects the association to up to $1,000 fine imposed by the Common Interest Community Board.

Click the links to read the bills and see the latest status: HB 2045 – Miller; SB 1231 – Stanley & HB 2274 – D. Marshall; SB 1255 – DeSteph

Chief Patron: Delegate Miller; Senator Stanley & Delegate D. Marshall; Senator DeSteph

Support

Last Action

HB 2045, HB 2274, SB 1231 & SB 1255 have passed both the House and Senate and will go to the Governor for consideration.