Sponsors again delay hearing on bipartisan construction defects bill, say negotiations ongoing (CO)

Lawmakers late Tuesday pushed back a scheduled Wednesday committee hearing on a bipartisan construction defects reform bill, saying negotiations involving critical issues are still unresolved.  Groups representing builders and homeowners have been facing off for years over attempts to rewrite state law governing how condominium owners can go about getting builders to fix defective construction, and it looks like they’ll have to face off at least a while longer.    Read the article…………..


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