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During the 2002 Leadership and Legislative Summit, IREM's Ethics Hearing and Discipline Board conducted two hearings and heard one appeal. In the result of the first case, #01-05, the respondent was found to be in violation of the Pledge and Articles 10 and 12 of the Code of Ethics for the CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER. The board voted to publish a letter of censure, and the respondent is required to pass the first available Ethics 800 course in the state. Upon examination of evidence in the second case, #01-07, the board determined the respondent was not in violation of the Pledge or Articles 8 and 23 of the Code of Ethics of the CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER. The complainants were holding the respondent liable for the responsibilities of the Board of the Association of a condominium property.

The Ethics Board also heard one appeal, #01-2, stemming from its ruling last October that found Beven and Brock Property Management Company, AMO[R] and its executive CPM, C. Finley Beven, in violation of the Pledge and Articles 10 and 12 of the Code of Professional Ethics of the CERTIFIED PROPERTY MANAGER, as well as Article 1.6 of the Minimum Standards of the Code of Ethics for the ACCREDITED MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION. The board suspended Beven's IREM membership for 90 days and published a letter of censure to the AMO firm. Beven was also required to retake Ethics 800 within 90 days of the disciplinary action.
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Title Annotation:cases heard by Institute of Real Estate Management
Publication:Journal of Property Management
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jul 1, 2002
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