The Seventy-first General Assembly convened on January 11, 2017, and shortly thereafter the first bill relating to construction defects was introduced. SB 17-045 was introduced by Senators Grantham and Williams and has bipartisan support in both the senate and house. This bill requires a court, when hearing a construction defect case in which there isGo to Article
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As we previously blogged in August, the Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act of 2016 (HOTMA) was signed into law on July 29, 2016, which, among other things, required the Secretary of HUD to provide further guidance and clarity regarding the percentage of owner occupied units required to obtain project approval for condominium communities. In responseGo to Article
Yesterday, this firm posted a blog under my name regarding the recent decision of the Colorado Court of Appeals in Centennial Ranch and Aspen Mountain Ranch Association v. Fuller et al., 14CA1326. Unfortunately, the blog we posted was not the one I wrote, but rather was written by Ms. Lindsey Smith. I apologize to herGo to Article
Denver City Council has established a Sharing Economy Task Force to study the issue of regulation of short term rental of homes. In Denver, it is illegal to rent a residence for less than 30 days.
With the gaining popularity of sites like Airbnb and VRBO, municipalities nationwide are beginning to look more closely at how to regulate the short term rental of rooms or entire homes by individuals. After a lengthy public hearing, the Boulder City Council recently voted 7-1 to move on a proposal that restricts short-term rentals toGo to Article