Colorado Appellate Court Upholds $1,850,000 Construction Defect Verdict in Challenger Homes Community

by Jeffrey Kerrane KS NewsColoradoConstruction Case Law & StatutesHomeowner AssociationsNewsPress Releases

Construction Defect Case marks a major expansion of warranty protections for homeowners throughout the State of Colorado, according to a statement from the HOA's attorneys, Kerrane Storz, PC.

Jeff Kerrane to participate in CLE on Advanced HOA Issues

by jkerrane KS NewsColoradoConstruction Case Law & StatutesHomeowner AssociationsInsurance CoverageLegislativeNews

On September 30, 2016, Jeff Kerrane will join a distinguished panel of attorneys who will present on a variety of advanced HOA topics.

No Turning Back: Getting Ready for Your Community’s Statue of Repose to Expire

by Christopher Griffiths ColoradoConstruction Case Law & StatutesHomeowner Associations

The statute of repose is a Colorado law that prevents a homeowner or community association from filing a lawsuit for construction defects after a certain number of years have passed. Once the time has expired, the Association has no claims against a builder. When Does the Statute of Repose Begin to run and When does it Expire? What Should a Community Association Manager Do in the “Final Year of Repose”?