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First Construction Defects Bill Passes Through Committee

A Colorado Senate committee – the State, Military and Veteran Affairs Committee – voted to decrease the amount of time homeowners have to assert construction defects. The committee vote occurred March 16th on Senate Bill 15-91. The time to sue would be reduced from 6 years to 5 for single family homes. A separate bill, Senate Bill 15-177, has not yet been heard by a committee. That bill would impose restrictions on the ability of homeowners associations to sue for defects. Opposition to these bills is driven by public policy that homeowners and HOAs should be allowed to hold builders accountable and encouraging quality construction. SB 15-91 now moves to the full Senate for further consideration.

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