2017 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 38 - Property - Real and Personal
Real Property
Article 45 - Carbon Monoxide Alarms
§ 38-45-106. Limitation of liability

(1) No person shall have a claim for relief against a property owner, an authorized agent of a property owner, a person in possession of real property, or an installer for any damages resulting from the operation, maintenance, or effectiveness of a carbon monoxide alarm if the property owner, authorized agent, person in possession of real property, or installer installs a carbon monoxide alarm in accordance with the manufacturer's published instructions and the provisions of this article.

(2) A purchaser shall have no claim for relief against any person licensed pursuant to article 61 of title 12, C.R.S., for any damages resulting from the operation, maintenance, or effectiveness of a carbon monoxide alarm if such licensed person complies with rules promulgated pursuant to sections 38-45-102 (1)(b) and 38-45-103 (1)(b). Nothing in this subsection (2) shall affect any remedy that a purchaser may otherwise have against a seller.

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