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HOA Liens Are Not Spurious

HOA liens are not spurious, even if annexation is disputed The Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled that a homeowner association lien is not spurious, despite a property owner’s claim that its land was never annexed properly. The case involved a long-running dispute between parties in the Stroh Ranch community in Parker, Colorado. In 1999, … Continue Reading

Colorado Supreme Court Finally Fixes 30-Year Old Defect in Statute of Repose

This following article originally appeared in The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association – Trial Talk, August/September, 2017 Edition. The article discusses the history of Colorado’s statute of repose for construction defect claims and analyzes a decision that corrects a flaw in the statute that had nettled litigators since 1986. Article Excerpt: This year, the Colorado Supreme … Continue Reading

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