• Determining Damages under CDARA
  • February 1, 2019 | Author: Chloe Mickel
  • Law Firm: Hall & Evans, LLC - Denver Office
  • In 2003, Colorado’s Construction Defect Action Reform Act (CDARA) was amended to define and limit the remedies available to claimants seeking recovery for property damage. Although CDARA makes it clear that a construction professional may not be liable for more than “actual damages” unless there is a violation of the Colorado Consumer Protection Act (CCPA), defining “actual damages” has challenged practitioners and judges alike over the past 15 years.