2 Colorado Cities Pass Stricter Ordinances To Limit Construction Defects Suits

(December 3, 2015, 11:38 AM EST) -- DENVER — The city councils of Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo., on Nov. 23 and 24, respectively, passed ordinances that would make it more difficult for condominium owners associations to sue developers and builders for construction defects in an effort to spur the development of affordable housing.

According to a published source, the Denver City Council voted 12-1 after 30 minutes of discussion to pass its ordinance. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock released a statement on Nov. 24 in support of the ordinance.

Another published source stated...
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