The prospects for the passage of SB 15-177, the much debated Construction Defect Reform Bill, seem to have taken a hit this week when it was introduced into the House for consideration. Unlike in the Senate where the bill was introduced into the Committee on Business Labor and Technology, upon introduction into the House, itGo to Article
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HB 1343 cleared committee today and will be taken up for consideration by the full House in the upcoming days. The bill, with widespread support should be able to move smoothly out of the House, and on to the Senate. We will keep you updated as more information becomes available here. David A. Firmin, Esq.
The first bill amending parts of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act made it out of the legislature this week, and was forwarded to the Governor on April 13, 2015. HB 1095 which amends CRS 38-33.3-119 by permitting communities created in the state prior to July 1, 1992 to opt out of CCIOA by providingGo to Article
The long anticipated construction defect reform bill was introduced into the senate on February 10, 2015 as SB 15-177. Sponsored by Senators Ulibarri and Scheffel in the Senate and co-sponsored by Representatives DelGrosso and Singer in the House of Representatives, the Bill has bi-partisan support. Similar to the bill introduced last year, SB 15-177 containsGo to Article
Yesterday, in a move that should not surprise anyone, HB 15-1040, the bill that was introduced to clean up the manager licensing bill, was killed in committee. As originally introduced, the bill attempted to reduce or eliminate the requirements that the original bill put in place. Introduced by Representative Thurlow of Grand Junction, HB15-1040 triedGo to Article