Appeals court yields pro-builder ruling in construction-defects case

The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled this week that the stipulation in a homeowner association’s bylaws that arbitration be used as the resolution method in construction-defects disputes can’t be removed by the association without the consent of the builder.   Read the article………..


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