All CMBA members adhere to the following
CMBA Code of Conduct.
CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
Each member shall use best efforts in the conduct of its business
Conduct business affairs with professionalism and skill to provide
the best housing value possible through the use of quality materials,
construction practices backed by integrity and service, to provide
housing of high standards of safety, sanitation and livability.
Comply with all other applicable laws governing licensing, warranty,
and building codes.
Conduct all transactions, agreements and dealings with customers,
employees, subcontractors, suppliers and regulatory officials free
from fraud or deception and comply with requirements of the Minnesota
Unfair Trade Practices Act.
Abide by the bylaws, rules and procedures of the Association.
Membership in the Association should not be used by members to
avoid problems in their business. Therefore to protect the reputation
of the Association, members shall not use membership on a committee
or board to advance personal position or attempt to influence action
Maintain insurance as may be required by law, including but not
limited to general liability and workers compensation insurance,
at a level that is adequate and customary for the business in which
the member is engaged.
Enforcement of this provision is initiated by the filing of a
written complaint with the Association's Ethics Committee (or other
named committee or third-party dispute resolution firm that may
be contacted by the Association) concerning a dispute involving
the member's business or an alleged violation of the Code.
This Code applies to all corporations, partnerships and other business
entities in which the member or a principle of the member has a