Owner Approval for a Construction Defect Lawsuit?

On March 17, 2017, House Bill 17-1279 was introduced and assigned to the State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee. The original intent of H.B. 17-1279 was to open the lines of communication between the association board, the association members, and the developer or builder and act as a bill that could garner bipartisan support.  This bill is the basis for a promising compromise which has bipartisan support and will be heard in House hearings Thursday (April 20, 2017) and Friday (April 21, 2017) before making its way to the Senate. This bill has been fast tracked and the intent of the sponsors is to have the same signed into law prior to the close of the legislative session on May 10, 2017.    Read the article……………


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