Zombie Bills: Is Fourth Time A Charm For Construction Defects? (CO)

After three straight unsuccessful campaigns, lawmakers from both parties will try again next year to make it harder for condominium owners to sue builders over defects. Condo starts lag behind other housing development in the state and the lawmakers believe creating a less litigious atmosphere will spur new projects and help alleviate the state’s affordable housing problem   Read the article……….


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