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Legal Hotline

What is the REALTORS® Legal Hotline?

The REALTORS® Legal Hotline is a service which provides members of the Colorado Association of REALTORS® with direct access to a qualified real estate attorney who can offer information on real estate law and related matters.  The Hotline provides legal information, not legal representation.

How do I use the Legal Hotline?

The principal broker and one additional designee from each REALTOR® office are allowed access to the Hotline.  Each user must accept the Terms and Conditions before calling the Hotline. Once you accept the Terms and Conditions, you will gain access to the hotline.

 

How do I accept the Terms and Conditions?

To review and accept the Hotline Terms and Conditions click the link below.

Hotline Terms and Conditions

Hours & Schedule

Hours:
The REALTORS® Legal Hotline is available
Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Please limit your questions to one per phone call

Schedule:
The Legal Hotline will be closed on holidays according to the following schedule
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
President’s Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Holiday
Christmas Holiday
New Year’s Holiday

A call to a real estate lawyer costs an average of $250 per hour. In just one hotline call, you can offset your CAR dues.

legal-bites

Colorado Association of REALTORS®’ General Counsel Scott Peterson hosts Legal Bites, a web-video series that discusses the real estate-related legal issues and questions most important to Colorado REALTORS®.

General Counsel Scott Peterson discusses issues regarding the lead-based paint disclosure

General Counsel Scott Peterson discusses issues regarding closing protection letters and whether you need them or not.

General Counsel Scott Peterson discusses How You Get Paid.

General Counsel Scott Peterson discusses paragraph 5.2 of the CREC contract to buy and sell.