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Colorado Legislative Preview: An Early Look at Construction Defects Reform in 2017

The Colorado General Assembly kicked off the first day of the 2017 legislative session by proposing a new bill to address construction defects reform. Colorado’s current construction defects law has stifled the condominium market by making it easy for homeowners to file class-action lawsuits against developers. As a result, developers’ insurance premiums have skyrocketed and Colorado’s condominium supply has plummeted to less than five-percent of Colorado’s new-home inventory.
Rocky Mountain Real Estate Blog

The latest real estate and land use news and updates.

Boulder County Cities and Towns Considering Coordinated Regional Approach to Affordable Housing

Virtually all of Boulder County’s local governments have their own, individual plans to reverse the diminishing supply of affordable housing in their respective communities.  But these local governments are now weighing a new approach: collaborating and coordinating with one another in a way that, if successful, would supply more affordable housing to the county than […]

Rocky Mountain Sign Law Blog

Regulatory, best practices, and other First Amendment news.

RLUIPA Defense: Signs 4 JC Shown the Light by NH District Court

This post was originally authored by Evan Seeman and Karla Chafee of Robinson + Cole, LLP.  Any views reflected in this post are the views of the original authors.  Thou shall have the right to an electronic sign?  Apparently not.  Just over a year ago, Hillside Baptist Church and Signs for Jesus (together, Plaintiffs or Church) filed a […]

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