Mountain Law: Cracking Colorado’s condo conundrum

In a July 1, 2015, article titled, “Construction defect reform advocates lose at state house, then win in court,” I wrote about Colorado condominium developers who lost an effort to pass legislation that would have reformed construction defect law but then shortly thereafter obtained a favorable court decision that accomplished one of their goals anyway. This article updates developments on both fronts.    Read the article…………….


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