Death of Democratic construction-defects bill refocuses effort on comprehensive reform (CO)
A Colorado Senate committee on Monday killed a construction-defects reform bill described by its author as a compromise measure to untangle the state’s year’s long battle over laws that many argue thwarting new development of affordable multi-family housing in Colorado. The defeat means that lawmakers must now turn their attention to more comprehensive reform proposals on construction defects that contain provisions that have ultimately been rejected by the Legislature for two years running. Read the article……………
A legislative effort to increase state scrutiny of Florida homeowners associations withered this year under opposition from influential community boards
The days of simply being able to smoke ‘em, anywhere, if you got ‘em are long gone, and smoking pot at home may be going the same way.
Where this is going to get dicey in Aurora is in apartment, condo and townhouse complexes. Homeowner associations governing these
A Philadelphia jury recently awarded a condominium Association over $5 million, including almost $1 million in punitive damages. The Belgravia