Common-Interest Community Commission revokes community manager certificate of Maria Limon


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Teri Williams
Public Information Officer
702-486-0407
Las Vegas, NV - July 16, 2014

Las Vegas, NV - The Nevada Commission for Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels last week took action to revoke the community manager certificate of Maria Limon. In addition to the revocation of her certificate, the Commission also imposed an administrative fine of $40,000 plus $1,573.73 for the cost of the investigation.  

 

The Real Estate Division of the Department of Business and Industry brought the case against Ms. Limon for hearing before the Commission, alleging that the respondent knowingly and wilfully violated multiple statutes of state law. Ms. Limon did not appear before the Commission and did not contest the revocation action.  

 

In a separate criminal case, Limon pled guilty as a co-conspirator in a scheme to control various Homeowners’ Association Boards of Directors resulting in HOA boards favorably awarding the handling of construction defect lawsuits and remedial construction contracts to a law firm and construction company designated by co-conspirators.

 

The next meeting of the Commission for Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels is scheduled for August 27 2014 in Carson City

 

About the Nevada Real Estate Division:

The mission of the Nevada Real Estate Division, an agency of the Department of Business and Industry is to safeguard and promote interest in real estate transactions by developing an informed public and a professional real estate industry.  For more information about the Nevada Real Estate Division or the Commission for Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels, please visit http://www.red.state.nv.us/ .

 

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