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Colorado REALTORS® Ethics




Presented by:

Scott Peterson; CAR General Counsel and Attorney Damian Cox

(3 elective CE credit hours)




















Course Description
Instructor Bio

This course will discuss the REALTOR® Code of Ethics.  Specifically, a focus on the 17 Articles, the process of an Ethics Complaint, and the role of Professional Standards committees.  Attending this course will award you with 3 CE credits towards license renewal.

Please note that this class is for informational purposes, it is not legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship.
This course is an edited version from a Live ZOOM session recorded previously with student participation










Colorado REALTORS® Ethics Course video and Exam

No text is required for this course.

The COX Law Library is a special collection of Real Estate Continuing Education classes written and presented by Colorado’s foremost attorneys. Each class specifically addresses the issues facing Colorado real estate professionals in today’s market.

Colorado Real Estate Commission Approval: # 109990











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Instructor –
Scott Peterson,
CAR General Counsel

A Colorado attorney since 1999, Peterson has been active in both Colorado real estate brokerage and real estate law for over 20 years. He is a  former president of of the Denver Metro Commercial Association of  REALTORS® (DMCAR). His legal experience combined with a brokerage background and  board leadership history provides him a unique ability to consult with  the Board, staff, local associations and CAR members on legal matters  from a pragmatic and experienced-based perspective.

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Instructor – Attorney Damian Cox

Mr. Cox serves on multiple form and education committees for the Colorado Real Estate Commission, including the committee that created these changes. Damian is a leading authority on the Colorado approved contracts. In his legal practice he represents more than twenty real estate brokerages consisting of over 2,400 real estate brokers.