Supreme Court makes landmark ruling for condo developers (CO)

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday upheld the right of condominium developers to require disputes go to binding arbitration, essentially putting into state law a contentious provision that construction-defects reform advocates said was the key to reviving a largely defunct condo market but could not get legislative Democrats to back.    Read the article…………….


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