On January 19, 2016, Senator Carroll and Representative Ryden introduced SB 16-082, a bill that protects homeowners from retaliation or discrimination due to the homeowner filing a complaint or otherwise seeking to enforce the governing documents or the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”).
Category: State Legislation
The Longmont City Council debate on whether to adopt builder friendly construction defect ordinances took center stage last week. Representatives of both the housing industry, which blames the lack of “affordable” housing construction on costs associated with construction defect lawsuits, and community associations, which claim that this effort is nothing but pressure put on cityGo to Article
Today marks the first day of the 2016 Colorado Legislative session. It did not take long for the first bill to be introduced, which will amend a provision of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act. If passed, HB 16-1005 (the fifth bill introduced into the House) will ban associations from prohibiting the maintenance andGo to Article
In a prior blog we notified you of the pending approval of the Amateur Radio Parity Act S. 1685 by the Senate Committee on Commerce, and urged a call to the committee members. The bill has since passed the committee. However, some senators have opposed the bill on the basis that it goes a step too farGo to Article
The Senate Commerce Committee is set to address the Amateur Radio Parity Act (S. 1685) today. This bill, as drafted, would have the following impact on community associations: