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February 16, 2015



It's worth noting that similar liability shields are being pushed in other states, which sort of negates the claim that the condo shortage is a result of Colorado liability law.

Nevada's legislature is voting on one today in fact.


It boggles the mind that developers are likely to succeed in this. Anyone familiar with the story of Rock Creek knows why Colorado law provides for consumer protections to the extent that it does (which is to say, poorly, but better than it used to do).

If we relent, we'll likely see a failure that kills someone. And no doubt we'll hear that "no one could have foreseen this" when we all know that it's just the result we should have expected.

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