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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

What Is Slander of Title and What Can You Do to Remove It?

When Does a Document Recorded Against Real Property Constitute a “Slander of Title” and What Can You Do to Remove It? All deeds, powers of attorney, agreements, and other instruments conveying, encumbering, or affecting title to real estate, including certified copies of orders, judgments, and decrees of courts may be recorded in the office of … Continue Reading

Local Ordinances on Construction Defects

Know Your Local Ordinance on Construction Defects When state law on construction defects failed to change despite lobbying efforts, many cities enacted their own local ordinances regarding how to deal with construction defects in new housing and there are probably more to come. Currently, Arvada, Aurora, Centennial, Colorado Springs, Commerce City, Denver, Lakewood, Littleton, Lone … Continue Reading