The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday upheld the right of condominium developers to require disputes go to binding arbitration, essentially putting into state law a contentious provision that construction-defects reform advocates said was the key to reviving a largely defunct condo market but could not get legislative Democrats to back.

The decision to uphold a lower-court ruling in Vallagio at Inverness Residential Condominium Association v. Metro Homes Inc. is likely to have wide-ranging effects…read more

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