Coalition of Colorado Mayors Calls on Legislatures to Pass Senate Bill 156

A bipartisan coalition of metro area mayors in Colorado called on legislatures to pass the Republican-sponsored Senate Bill 156, described as “Homeowners’ Association Construction Defect Lawsuit Approval Timelines.” The Colorado Statesman staffer Ernest Luning explains that the bill is likely to pass the GOP-controlled Senate, but it has an uncertain fate in the state’s House of representatives where Democrats plan to introduce their own legislation.  The bill require condominium owners and builders to submit disputes over construction issues to mediation or arbitration before filing a lawsuit:    Read the article…………..

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