Denver (CO) City Council Advances Construction Defect Ordinance

The Denver City Council on November 16, 2015 unanimously approved the first reading of a construction defect action reform ordinance designed to spur condominium development in Denver. Like Lakewood and other metro-area municipalities that have passed similar ordinances, Denver is concerned about the chilling effect construction defect lawsuits have had on condo development and believes this ordinance will provide developers with necessary protection from such suits.   Read the article………….


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