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Proposed Maryland Legislation Would Have Created State Board To Regulate Property Management Companies

House Bill 433 and Senate Bill 372 from the 2012 session of the Maryland General Assembly proposed the creation of a State Board of Common Interest Community Managers to regulate the provision of property management services to common interest communities, including condominiums, homeowner associations and housing cooperatives.  The legislation would have required the licensing of community association property managers through the new State Board.  It also would have required condominiums with more than 10 units, associations with more than 50 lots, and any community that is professionally managed, to register with the Board.  The bill was considered by the Environmental Matter Committee, but never came to a vote.