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           COLORADO REAL ESTATE COMMISSION MEETING

                              MARCH 3, 2009

                            MINUTES-INDEX

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PERMANENT RULE MAKING                                3

ORDER OF BUSINESS                                    5
    Approval of Minutes
    Public Presentation

POLICY MATTERS                                       5
     Commissioners Discussions/Recommendations
     Legislative Updates
     Commissioners for Mediations

COMPLAINT MATTERS                                    6
    Carol Duncan
    Iyad Y. Allis
    Tiffany M. Bustamante
    Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Trott
    Victoria Ann Yriarte
    Humberto Troncoso
    Warren Williams
    Alfonso A. Carrillo
    Donna Martinez
    James A. Crowe
    Jason C. Taylor
    Donna L. Runyon
    Robert I. Innes

HEARING MATTERS                                      13
    Matthew Nechrony
    Thomas T. Mason
    Linda P. Edwards



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LICENSING MATTERS      13
     Martin Bengston

COUNTER OFFERS         13
    Jason Holland

EXECUTIVE SESSION      14

ADJOURNMENT            14




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                             MINUTES
             COLORADO REAL ESTATE COMMISSION MEETING
                           MARCH 3, 2009
                 COLORADO DIVISION OF REAL ESTATE
                     1560 BROADWAY, SUITE 925
                          DENVER, CO 80202

A Colorado Real Estate Commission public meeting was held on March 3, 2009. Those
Commissioners in attendance were Chairman Paul Goldenbogen, Vice Chair Kristin
Bronson, Martin Pocs and Charles “Buzz” Moore. Also attending were Marcia Waters,
Investigations and Compliance Director; Penny Elder, Real Estate Program Manager;
Mary Kanaly, ESP Program Manager; Terry Hugar, Attorney General’s Office and
several members of the Commission’s staff. Erin Toll, Director and Pres Montoya were
absent.

Notice of the meeting was timely published and the meeting was held pursuant to the
Colorado Sunshine Laws, Title 24, Article 6, C.R.S., as amended.

The meeting was called to order by Chairman Paul Goldenbogen at 9:03a.m.

PERMANENT RULE MAKING HEARING

The permanent rule making hearing is called to order by Chairman Goldenbogen to hear
oral testimony and to accept written submission related to the proposed rule referenced in
the Colorado Code of Regulations known as 4CCR 725-1 and more commonly known as
permanent rule, rule E-4 Document Preparation and Duplicates Revisions and permanent
rule, rule E-43 Square Footage Disclosure Revisions.

This is a permanent rule making hearing pursuant to the process set forth in the
administrative procedure act. Pursuant to the act, Commission may hear testimony in
regard to the permanent rule. The public record will consist of all oral testimony as well
as any written information submitted within the allowable time frame. Therefore, in
additional to all public testimony and comments today, the Division will review all
written materials in order to make a final decision on the content of the regulations.
Public record for the regulation will close at the end of this hearing.

Chair Goldenbogen introduces Penny Elder.




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Permanent Rule E-4 Document Preparation and Duplicates Revisions

The purpose of this rule is to ensure full and accurate disclosure, in all contracting
instrument, of all terms of the transaction including the itemization of all adjustments,
money, or things of value paid or received. By requiring all terms of the transaction to be
accurately reflecting in the contracting instrument, lending institutions as well as parties
to the contract can make informed decision based on the specific and accurate terms of
the contract.

Chair Goldenbogen seeks a motion to adopt Permanent Rule E-4 Document Preparation
and Duplicates Revisions.

It was moved by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commission Pocs to adopt
Permanent Rule E-4 Document Preparation and Duplicates Revisions. There were no
comments by the public or staff.

Motion unanimously carried.

Permanent Rule E-43 Square Footage Disclosure Revisions

The purpose of revising the rule is to clearly indentify when square footage disclosure is
required, what information is required and who is making the disclosure to whom.
Listing Brokers will be required to accurately disclose the square footage of living floor
area, the source it was obtained from and the date it was obtained whenever the Broker
disseminates such information.

Chair Goldenbogen seeks a motion to adopt Permanent Rule E-43 Square Footage
Disclosure Revisions.

It was moved by Commissioner Pocs and seconded by Commission Moore to adopt
Permanent Rule E-43 Square Footage Disclosure Revisions. There were no comments by
the public or staff.

This concludes the permanent rule making hearings.

Motion unanimously carried.




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Approval of Minutes

It was moved by Commissioner Moore and seconded by Commissioner Pocs to approve
the Minutes of February 3, 2009.

Public Presentation

There were no public comments presented regarding items not presented on today’s
agenda.

ORDER OF BUSINESS

POLICY MATTERS

Commissioners Discussion/Recommendations

There were no comments from the Commissioners or staff regarding recommendations.

Legislative Updates

Marcia Waters addresses Commissioners regarding legislation being tracked by the
Division. The Governor has signed the bill which removes the fee caps from the
conservation easement program and will allow the Division to receive grants and
donations to fund the program. Another piece of legislation that is being tracked would
revise the Mortgage Broker Licensing Act to ensure consistency and compliance with the
SAFE Act, which was passed by the federal government in 2008. The only bill that my
be of particular interest to the Commission is the bill that proposed to place a limit on real
estate broker licensing fees. This bill has been postponed indefinitely.

Appointment of Commissioner for Mediation.

Marcia Waters requests commissioners to participate in mediation of four cases.
Commissioner Pocs will be attending the mediation on April 14, 2009 at 1:30p.m.
regarding Gary Jordan; Commissioner Bronson will be attending the mediation on May
4, 2009 at 1:30p.m. regarding Daniel Johnson; Chair Goldenbogen will be attending the
mediation on April 27, 2009 at 1:30p.m. regarding Jonathan Wells and Commissioner
Pocs will be attending the mediation on May 6, 2009 at 1:30p.m. regarding May Tran.

It was moved by Commission Bronson and seconded by Commissioner Moore that the
above commissioners would represent the Commission with settlement authority.

Marcia Waters provides an update on the Errors and Omissions insurance audit. There
are approximately 4,000 to 5,000 licensees that are currently not insured and have been
placed on an inactive status. Licensees will need to provide proof of Errors and
Omissions insurance, fill out the appropriate form and pay a fifty dollar fee to reactivate
their license.
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COMPLAINTS

Carol Duncan

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by the Commission on its own
motion against Carol Lynn Duncan, License #IA1209935 was presented to the
Commission with accompanying documentation and information. It was moved and
seconded by the Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to
hearing for violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter through the
expedited settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to incorporate these
specific terms into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent to Ms. Duncan.
                a. Complainant alleges that respondent raised the price of her listing to
                    accommodate a third party payment.
                b. Respondent made aware that the buyer was to benefit from the third
                    party payment and proceeded to closing with settlement statements
                    that did not accurately reflect the terms of transactions.
                c. These acts constitute a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(n) and 12-61-
                    113(1)(k).
                d. Ms. Duncan’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
                e. She shall pay a fine in the amount of $3,000.00; and
                f. Ms. Duncan’s license shall be suspended for 30 days.

Motion unanimously carried.

Iyad Y. Allis

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by the Commission on its own
motion against Iyad Y. Allis, License #FA100019803 was presented to the Commission
with accompanying documentation and information. It was moved and seconded by the
Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to hearing for
violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter through the expedited
settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to incorporate these specific terms
into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent to Mr. Allis.
                a. Complainant alleges that respondent has failed and/or refused to
                    respond to a written Commission request to a public complaint.
                b. This act constitutes a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(k) and Commission
                    Rule E-21.
                c. Mr. Allis’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
                d. He shall pay a fine in the amount of $250.00; and
                e. Mr. Allis’s real estate license shall be suspended for 30 days and
                    continuing indefinitely until a complete response is received.

Motion unanimously carried.




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Tiffany Bustamante

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by Maira Ogeda, Cathy Rubio,
Joseph Manzanares and the Colorado Real Estate Commission against Tiffany
Bustamante, License #FA40045993 was presented to the Commission with
accompanying documentation and information. It was moved and seconded by the
Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to hearing for
violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter through the expedited
settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to incorporate these specific terms
into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent to Ms. Bustamante.
                a. Complainants allege that respondent failed to respond in a timely
                    manner to the Commission requests as required and failed to provide
                    accurate documents from the transaction file.
                b. Contract documents did not accurately reflect the verbal greed upon
                    terms of the transactions.
                c. Failed to disclose conflict of interest.
                d. Paid straw buyers $5,000.00 per transaction and failed to disclose
                    payments made to buyers on the settlement statements.
                e. Failed to provide written disclosure of her affiliated business
                    arrangements.
                f. Forged another brokers signature on a Contract to Buy and Sell.
                g. These acts constitute violation of: 12-61-113(1)(b), 12-61-113(1)(h),
                    12-61-113(1)(n), 12-61-113(1)(t), 12-61-113(1)(k), 12-61-113.2(2)(b),
                    and Commission Rule E-4, E-5, E-21, E-25 and E-46.
                h. Ms. Bustamante’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
                i. She shall pay a fine up to $50,000.00; and
                j. Ms. Bustamante’s real estate license shall be revoked.

Motion unanimously carried.

Elizabeth (Betty) Ann Trott

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by John D. Carver (Attorney for
Valerie McCoy and the Colorado Real Estate Commission against Elizabeth (Betty)
Ann Trott, License #EI295841 was presented to the Commission with accompanying
documentation and information. It was moved and seconded by the Commission that
reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to hearing for violations of the real estate
license law and to send this matter through the expedited settlement process (ESP). The
staff was also directed to incorporate these specific terms into the Commission approved
ESP stipulation to be sent to Ms. Trott.
                a. Complaint alleges that respondent failed to accurately reflect the terms
                    of the transaction in the contracting documents.
                b. Failed to use CREC approved forms.
                c. Collected a commission in the amount of $14,700.00 which she was
                    not entitled.
                d. Failed to exercise reasonable skill and card as a transaction broker.
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               e. Participated in a closing that knowingly misrepresented the true terms
                  of the transaction.
               f. Prepared, used and revised non CREC approved forms which
                  exceeded her authority under the license law.
               g. These acts constitute a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(a), 12-61-113(1)(n),
                  12-61-113(1)(t), 12-61-113(1)(k), 12-61-201, 12-61-807(2)(b) and
                  Commission Rule E-5, F-3 and F-7.
               h. Ms. Trott’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
               i. She shall pay a fine in the amount of $20,000.00; and
               j. Ms. Trott’s real estate license shall be suspended for 60 days; and
               k. Ms. Trott shall successfully complete real estate education courses in
                  Contracts, Current Legal Issues and Ethics.

Motion unanimously carried.

Victoria Ann Yriarte

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by the Commission on its own
motion against Victoria Ann Yriarte, License #FA40028885 was presented to the
Commission with accompanying documentation and information. It was moved and
seconded by the Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to
hearing for violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter through the
expedited settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to incorporate these
specific terms into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent to Ms. Yriarte.
                a. Complainant alleges that respondent admits to altering a receipt for
                    payment to increase the amount of funds paid by HUD.
                b. Failed to establish a written brokerage relationship.
                c. These acts constitute violation of: 12-61-113(1)(n), 12-61-113(1)(t),
                    12-61-113(1)(k), 12-61-808(2) and Commission Rule E-35.
                d. Ms. Yriarte’s real estate license shall by publicly censured; and
                e. She shall pay a fine up to the amount of $7,500.00; and
                f. Ms. Yriarte’s real estate license shall be revoked.

Motion unanimously carried.

Humberto Troncoso

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by the Commission on its own
motion against Humberto Troncoso, License #EI1328122 was presented to the
Commission with accompanying documentation and information. It was moved and
seconded by the Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to
hearing for violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter through the
expedited settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to incorporate these
specific terms into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent to Mr. Troncoso.
                a. Complainant alleges that respondent failed to respond to the
                    Commissions request for information as required.
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               b. This act constitute a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(k) and Commission
                  Rule E-21.
               c. Mr. Troncoso’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
               d. He shall pay a fine in the amount of $250.00; and
               e. Mr. Troncoso’s real estate license shall be suspended for 30 days and
                  continuing indefinitely until a complete response is received.

Motion unanimously carried.

Warren L. Williams

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by the Commission on its own
motion against Warren L. Williams, License #EA260171 was presented to the
Commission with accompanying documentation and information. It was moved and
seconded by the Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to
hearing for violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter through the
expedited settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to incorporate these
specific terms into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent to Mr. Williams.
                a. Complainant alleges that respondent failed to establish written
                    brokerage relationships with the parties to the transaction.
                b. Contract documents did not accurately reflect the true terms including
                    contingencies and disclosures.
                c. Failed to execute amend/extend documents to reflect the change in
                    financing on the first transaction and the closing date on the second
                    transaction.
                d. Failed to exercise reasonable skill and care.
                e. These acts constitute a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(n), 12-61-113(1)(t),
                    12-61-113(1)(k), 12-61-807(2)(b) and Commission Rule E-5.
                f. Mr. Williams real estate license shall be revoked; and
                g. He shall pay a fine in the amount up to $10,000.00.

Motion unanimously carried.

Alfonso A. Carrillo

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by Miguel Rodriguez,
Fernando/Veronica Hernandez, Jaime/Irma Solis, Albino Conchas, The Denver Police
Department, William Mathisen and the Colorado Real Estate Commission, against
Alfonso A. Carrillo, License #II40046857 was presented to the Commission with
accompanying documentation and information. It was moved and seconded by the
Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to hearing for
violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter through the expedited
settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to incorporate these specific terms
into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent to Mr. Carrillo.
                a. Complaint alleges that respondent conducted business under a
                    brokerage other than that which he was license.
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              b. Collected money from consumers under false and misleading
                 circumstances.
              c. Failed to deposit money belonging to others in a designated trust or
                 escrow account as required.
              d. Contracted with a consumer with knowledge they had an existing
                 written unexpired exclusive contract in place with another broker.
              e. Failed to properly account for moneys belonging to others.
              f. Converted funds belonging to others without proper authorization and
                 utilized such funds for his won benefit by altering the payee on the
                 check.
              g. Executed receipts and contracts that contained contradicting terms.
              h. Failed to exercise reasonable skill and care.
              i. These acts constitute a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(a), 12-61-113(1)(g),
                 12-61-113(1)(g.5), 12-61-113(1)(n), 12-61-113(1)(t), 12-61-113(1)(k),
                 12-61-103(10), and Commission Rule C-19, E-1, E-8, E-10 and E-13.
              j. Mr. Carrillo’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
              k. He shall pay a fine up to the amount of $30,000.00; and
              l. Mr. Carrillo’s real estate license shall be revoked.

Motion unanimously carried.

Donna Martinez

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by the Commission on its own
motion against Donna Martinez, License #II40046857 was presented to the
Commission with accompanying documentation and information. It was moved and
seconded by the Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to
hearing for violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter through the
expedited settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to incorporate these
specific terms into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent to Ms. Martinez.
                a. Complainant alleges that respondent failed to provide high level of
                    supervision with a broker associate with less than two years
                    experience, by monitoring transactions from contracting to closing.
                b. Failed to provide reasonable supervision for a broker associate with
                    two years or more experience, by review all executed contracts.
                c. These acts constitute a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(n), 12-61-113(1)(k)
                    and Commission Rule E-31 and E-32.
                d. Ms. Martinez’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
                e. She shall pay a fine in the amount to $3,000.00; and
                f. Ms. Martinez shall successfully complete real estate education course
                    in Brokerage Administration.

Motion unanimously carried.




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James A. Crowe

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by the Commission on its own
motion against James A. Crowe, License #FA100001937 was presented to the
Commission with accompanying documentation and information. It was moved and
seconded by the Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to
hearing for violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter through the
expedited settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to incorporate these
specific terms into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent to Mr. Crowe.
                a. Complainant alleges that respondent pled guilty on December 11,
                    2008, to Forgery, a Class 5 Felony and failed to report guilty plea as
                    required.
                b. These acts constitute a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(m) and 12-61-
                    113(1)(m.6).
                c. Mr. Crowe’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
                d. He shall pay a fine up to the amount of $5,000.00; and
                e. Mr. Crowe’s real estate license shall be revoked.

Motion unanimously carried.

Jason C. Taylor

 The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by Dennis Rampton and the
Colorado Real Estate Commission, against Jason C. Taylor, License #IR100001042
was presented to the Commission with accompanying documentation and information. It
was moved and seconded by the Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the
respondent to hearing for violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter
through the expedited settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to
incorporate these specific terms into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent
to Mr. Taylor.
               a. Complaint alleges that respondent failed to properly account for and
                   distribute funds that belonged to others and paid $5,500.00 for work
                   that had not been completed.
               b. Failed to provide timely and accurate income statements as required.
               c. Failed to perform proper trust account reconciliations and failed to
                   prepare accurate journal and ledger records.
               d. Failed to exercise reasonable skill and care.
               e. These acts constitute a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(g), 12-61-113(1)(n),
                   12-61-113(1)(t), 12-61-113(1)(k), 12-61-804(1)(b) and Commission
                   Rule E-1(p).
               f. Mr. Taylor’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
               g. He shall pay a fine in the amount of $8,000.00; and
               h. Mr. Taylor’s real estate license shall be suspended for 30 days; and

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               i. Mr. Taylor shall successfully complete real estate education courses in
                  Trust Accounts and Brokerage Administration.

Motion unanimously carried.

Donna Runyon

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by Dennis Rampton and the
Colorado Real Estate Commission, against Donna Runyon, License #EA1230655 was
presented to the Commission with accompanying documentation and information. It was
moved and seconded by the Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the
respondent to hearing for violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter
through the expedited settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to
incorporate these specific terms into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent
to Ms. Runyon.
               a. Complainant alleges that respondent entered into a Lease with Option
                   to purchase agreement and failed to comply with the terms of the
                   agreement.
               b. Failed to ensure complainant was notified on her interest in change the
                   terms of the agreement, sold the property to another party and
                   continued to collect the portion of the monthly payment assigned to
                   the option agreement. Total collected to apply to purchase was
                   $9,805.00.
               c. Performed property management for another while her broker license
                   was inactive.
               d. These acts constitute a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(n), 12-61-113(1)(t),
                   12-61-113(1)(k) and 12-61-102.
               e. Ms. Runyon’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
               f. She shall pay a fine in the amount of $3,000.00; and
               g. Ms. Runyon’s real estate license shall be suspended for 90 days.

Motion unanimously carried.

Robert G. Innes

The investigative report concerning a complaint filed by the Commission on its own
motion against Robert G. Innes, License #FA40018576 was presented to the
Commission with accompanying documentation and information. It was moved and
seconded by the Commission that reasonable grounds exist to refer the respondent to
hearing for violations of the real estate license law and to send this matter through the
expedited settlement process (ESP). The staff was also directed to incorporate these
specific terms into the Commission approved ESP stipulation to be sent to Mr. Innes.
                a. Complainant alleges respondent pled guilty on November 6, 2008 to
                    Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance (Over 1 Gram) a
                    class 4 Felony and failed to notify the Commission as required.

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               b. Respondent has been sentenced to one year in jail with work release
                  followed by three year probation.
               c. These acts constitute a violation of: 12-61-113(1)(m), 12-61-
                  113(1)(m.6), 12-61-113(1)(k) and Commission Rule E-49.
               d. Mr. Innes’s real estate license shall be publicly censured; and
               e. He shall pay a fine in the amount of $750.00
               f. Mr. Innes’s real estate license shall be issued as a restricted license to
                  coincide with the above-mentioned sentence.

Motion unanimously carried.

HEARING MATTERS

Matthew Nechrony

On behalf of the Commission, Assistant Attorney General Terry Hugar filed exceptions
to the Initial Decision in the case of Matthey Nechorny. It was the opinion of the
Administrative Law Judge that the Commission should grant a real estate broker’s license
to Mr. Nechrony. Neither Mr. Nechrony nor Mr. Hugar requested oral argument. It was
moved and seconded by the Commission to take exception to the findings in the Initial
Decision in Case No. RC 2008-0011, and deny the issuance of a Colorado real estate
broker’s license.

Motion unanimously carried.

INITIAL DECISIONS

The Commission considered the Initial Decision rendered by the ALJ in the case of
Thomas T. Mason. The Commission voted unanimously to uphold the decision to revoke
Mr. Mason’s license.

Motion unanimously carried.

The Commission moved and seconded to defer the Initial Decision Initial Decision in the
case of Linda P. Edwards.

Motion unanimously carried.

LICENSING MATTERS

Martin Bengston

The commission has received a Preliminary Advisory Opinion regarding licensure as a
Colorado real estate broker, along with accompanying documentation and information
supplied by Mr. Bengston. It was moved and seconded by the Commission to grant a
positive opinion for a restricted real estate license. The Commission would require the
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issuance of a restricted license to Mr. Bengston that would run concurrent with hi
probation and completion of the deferred sentence. It was moved by Commissioner Pocs
and seconded by Commissioner Bronson to issue a positive opinion with restrictions.

Motion unanimously carried.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

It was moved and seconded and approved by more than two-thirds vote by the
Commission that pursuant to §24-6-402(3)(a)(II), C.R.S. to convene the Colorado Real
Estate commission into Executive Session for the purpose of conferring with the
Commission’s attorney regarding the following cases.

Attorney General Terry Hugar advised the Commission on the counter offer of Jason
Holland and to offer advice on the merits on the case of Douglas Bailard.

It was moved by Commissioner Bronson and seconded by Commissioner Pocs to adjourn
out of Executive Session at 10:03a.m.

COUNTER OFFERS

Jason Holland

The counter offer that was submitted by Jason Holland has been rejected.

MERITS OF CASE

Douglas Bailard

It was moved by Commission Bronson and seconded by Commissioner Pocs to dismiss
the case against Douglas Bailard.

Motion unanimously carried.

Chair Goldenbogen stated that he had received a letter from an attorney seeking an
advisory opinion regarding whether his client would need to a Colorado real estate
broker’s license to negotiate deeds of trust. Terry Hugar recommended that staff research
this matter further prior to making a determination.

The Colorado Real Estate Commission meeting adjourned at 10:07 a.m. on March 3,
2009.




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                _____________________________
                Paul Goldenbogen, Chair


                ______________________________
                Kristin Bronson, Vice Chair


                _______________________________
                Charles “Buzz” Moore, Commissioner


                ______________________________
                Martin Pocs, Commissioner


                ___________ABSENT____________
                Pres Montoya, Commissioner


                ___________ABSENT____________
                Erin Toll, Director
                Colorado Division of Real Estate




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