Colorado must fix construction defects law, Denver Post says

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Colorado city approves ordinance to minimize litigation.

December 01, 2014

Colorado's “vexing construction defects law” has hampered the building of new condominiums in the state, according to an editorial in the Denver Post. State lawmakers have unsuccessfully tried to change the 2005 law blamed for creating an “overly litigious environment around construction defects claims,” the newspaper says. The result of the law has been “a dearth of new, affordable condos or townhomes.”

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