Lawmakers announce breakthrough on construction defects reform measure (CO)

Lawmakers at the state Capitol say they have finally reached a compromise over a contentious construction defects reform bill that requires a majority of homeowners in a condominium complex — not just the homeowner association board — give consent to taking legal action against a builder for shoddy workmanship.  Rep. Alec Garnett, D-Denver, a co-sponsor of House Bill 1279, said he expects the bipartisan bill to pass through the House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee Wednesday afternoon and then through both chambers before the legislative session ends in May.    Read the article…………..


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