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Following Suit to Avoid (Law)suits?

As state legislators struggle to develop a cohesive approach to construction defect reform in Colorado, several cities continue their efforts to address this at the local level. Despite recent statements by the Governor advocating a state-level approach, local municipalities are still considering whether to take this on. Most recently, the City of Longmont announced that it is exploring additional measures to address construction defect reform. According to one member of the Longmont city council, the City is considering alternatives to ordinances adopted by other cities, including a requirement that owners in HOA communities must sue builders individually. Under the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act, associations have the right to file lawsuits on behalf of association members for matters affecting two or more owners in the community.

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