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Hotel Owner’s Assignee Claims Against Subcontractor Untimely, Appeals Court Rules

(October 27, 2016, 9:12 AM EDT) -- DENVER — A hotel owner’s third-party assignee claims against a subcontractor accused of construction defects were properly dismissed as untimely, a Colorado appellate panel ruled Oct. 20, holding that the general contractor that originally brought the allegations was aware of them in 2011 (Sopris Lodging LLC, et al. v. Schofield Excavation Inc., et al., No. 15CA1959, Colo. App.; 2016 Col. App. LEXIS 1490).

(Opinion available.  Document #09-161104-014Z.)

A panel of Colorado Court of Appeals Judges David J. Richman, Terry Fox and Steven Bernard explained that TDC/BEI...
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