Colorado finally corrects thirty-year old flaw in construction defect statute of repose

The Colorado Supreme Court has finally settled a decades-old conundrum surrounding the state’s construction defect statute of repose.  A statute of repose is similar to a statute of limitations insofar as both restrict the time a party can bring a claim. A statute of repose period begins on a fixed date (such as the day someone finishes work on a project), while a statute of limitations period begins when someone discovers an injury.   Read the article……….


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