HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATIONS ABILITY TO SUE DEVELOPERS LIMITED BY REFORM LEGISLATION 16:20, July 14, 2017

Category: Aspen Homeowner Association

HOMEOWNERS’ ASSOCIATIONS ABILITY TO SUE DEVELOPERS LIMITED BY REFORM LEGISLATION When a developer’s control over a condominium project passes to the homeowners’ association (“HOA”), the HOA may sue the developer for construction defects (real or perceived). There is an industry of lawyers that take on these cases. Due to the risk of construction defect litigation […]

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Garfield & Hecht, P.C. Attorneys Named to Senior Posts in Colorado Bar Association Garfield & Hecht, P.C. attorney Eric Musselman has been named a Vice-President of the Colorado Bar Association (CBA) for 2015-16. Eric represents the Seventh District (encompassing the Continental Divide, Ninth Judicial District, Northwestern Colorado, and Pitkin County Bar Associations). As a CBA […]

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Court Casts Doubt on Aesthetic, Recreational, and Piscatorial Water Uses Property owners often hold water rights for aesthetic, recreational, and/or piscatorial (fishing) uses, particularly in the Roaring Fork River valley.  Recently, the Colorado Supreme Court determined that certain private water diversions for such uses do not constitute “beneficial uses” of water under the 1969 Water […]

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